They say Christmas comes but once a year. But we know better. We here in Flushing get to watch Matt Harvey, and every start has been dubbed "Matt Harvey Day". It's a little dangerous, considering that Harvey can't very well go eight innings and give up one run every game.He can't be dominant every night, and we learned that in his latest start against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday. But if this is Matt Harvey when he isn't dominant, I'll take it every time.
Matt Harvey, on a game in which he allowed five base runners in six innings and struck out seven: "In my mind, I sucked tonight."
— Ted Berg (@OGTedBerg) April 25, 2013
In this age of pitch counts and arm protection, all you really want out of your starting pitcher is to give your 25 man roster a chance to win. It's clear that Matt Harvey does that every time he steps on the mound. This could only mean that you can have 30 Christmases a year. There can even be Christmas when Harvey gives up a two run HR to M...