Originally posted on Mets360.com  |  Last updated 5/10/13
Yeah, yeah, yeah; another story about how amazing Matt Harvey is. Harvey is the best pitcher the Mets and their fans have seen on the hill in quite some time and things just keep getting better. The right-hander retired 27 of 28 hitters across nine shutout innings in his last start and looked pretty awesome doing it with a bloody nose. Harvey has not lost a single start this season and has allowed a total of seven earned runs across seven starts for a ridiculously low ERA of 1.28 and WHIP of 0.69. The fire-baller is making hitters swing and miss (58 K in 49.1 IP) while proving that he can also be a workhorse (he’s gone seven innings or more in all but two of his starts). The 24-year old hasn’t had very many shaky moments this season. The Dodgers and Marlins have done the most damage to him and they still only scored a combined four runs and amassed a total of 11 combined hits in their two games. Can Harvey really do no wrong this season? Well, the short answer is no. There is go...
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