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The Outside Corner:
Matt Harvey is starting the All-Star Game on Tuesday night for the National League. That's awesome. But at the same time, that doesn't mean he's a familiar face in New York City. On Monday night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Harvey hit the streets of New York, and asked Mets fans what they thought about Matt Harvey. Most of them didn't recognize their star pitcher, including a fan wearing Harvey's jersey and a fan who talked about seeing him naked in ESPN the Magazine's Body Issue. Oh, the joys of being a young superstar in the Big Apple... [follow]
BEST OF MAXIM
Team: New York Mets
Record: 41-50 (11 GB)
Biggest Surprise of First Half:
Although itâ€™s been a pretty inconsistent year for the Mets, outfielder Marlon Byrd has been having a consistent one himself. Byrd has been swinging the bat hot this season, leading his team in home runs with 15. He is batting an impressive .271 and even leads superstar third baseman David Wright in RBIâ...
As most of you know by now,Â Matt HarveyÂ has been named the National League starting pitcher at the 84th All-Star Game to be played at Citi Field tonight at 8 p.m. EST.
Harvey is the third Mets pitcher to start an All-Star Game.Â Dwight GoodenÂ started the 1988 All-Star Game at Cincinnati and the 1986 Game at Houston.Â Tom SeaverÂ started the 1970 All-Star Game in Cincinnati.
Tonight the New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will take the mound at Citi Field to start the Major League Baseball All-Star Game less than a year after making his MLB debut on the very same field. And the 24-year-old hurler clearly deserves it; heâ€™s carrying a 7-2 record with a National League best 147 [...]The post Matt Harvey Trolls The Streets Of New York appeared first on The...
Hometown pitcher Matt Harvey (7-2, 2.35 ERA) of the Mets gets the ball for the National League and will be going up against Max Schrezer (13-1, 3.19 ERA) of the Tigers for the 2013 All Star Game. Harvey has been the bright spot for the Mets this season in an otherwise forgetful first half. He leads the NL with 147 strikeouts and his Whip is a measly 0.92, second best in the NL.Â...
As expected, Matt Harvey of the New York Mets and Max Scherzer of the Detroit Tigers have been selected as the starting pitchers for the 2013 All-Star Game. Both guys are having remarkable seasons and have fully earned the right to start the game Tuesday night at Citi Field in New York.
Harvey will be just the 11th pitcher to start the All-Star Game in his home park. National League...
The NL Cy Young award, like the AL award, is a two horse race. Kershaw. Harvey. Kershaw. Harvey. It's interesting that the award has come down to these two pitchers, despite neither of them leading the National League in fWAR. But Kershaw leads baseball in ERA, and Harvey is fourth in the majors while leading the National League in strikeout rate, so it at least makes sense that...
(Sports Network) - New York Mets right-hander Matt Harvey's electric first half has brought back memories of Dwight Gooden bursting on the scene for...
NL All-Star starter in a Jimmy Fallon skit
American LeagueÂ (38 wins)Â at National League (43 wins)
Max Scherzer (13-1, 3.19) vs. Matt Harvey (7-2, 2.35)
Time: 8:00, Citi Field
Weather: Sunny, 91
Media:Â TwitterÂ andÂ Facebook
Yoenis Cespedes put on a show during last nightâ€™s Home Run Derby, and now itâ€™s time for the next event: the 2013 Major League Baseball All Star Game. Â The best players will showcase their...
Well the 2013 All-Star Game has come to a close as the American League defeated the National League by the score of 3-0.Â It was the lowest-scoring All-Star Game since 1990, when the AL earned a 2-0 victory.
I loved the Opening Ceremonies and it was great to see Carlos Beltran and Mariano Rivera get some nice ovations, but not nearly as loud and boisterous as the ovations for the...
After Mike Trout led off the All-Star Game with a double, Matt Harvey hit Robinson Cano in the knee with a pitch.
Cano stayed in the game initially while walking to first but left the game a batter latter.
Harvey would escape the inning without allowing a run and pitch a perfect second inning before departing the game.
Told Cano got hit more in the quadriceps than the knee...