Found May 07, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
5/7 @whitesox lineup vs @metsDe Aza LFKeppinger 2BRios RFDunn 1BGillaspie 3BRamirez SSFlowers CWise CFSantiago P — MLBLineups (@mlblineups) May 7, 2013 Mets lineup vs. the White Sox:Tejada – SSMurphy – 2BWright – 3BBuck – CDuda – LFBrown – RFDavis – 1BLagares – CFHarvey – RHP — Eric Simon (@AmazinAvenue) May 7, 2013 #Knicks starters: PG Prigioni, SG Felton, SF Shump, PF Melo, C Chandler | IND: PG Hill, SG Stephenson, SF George, PF West, C Hibbert — NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) May 7, 2013 So who is gonna go to McFaddens and have them put e Harvey burger on the menu?! Tell them I demand a Harvey burger with a Harvey wallbanger! — Tim Byrdak (@Givemethelefty) May 7, 2013 We get it SNY, Harvey is great and he is pitching tonight.The pre-game covered that, now START THE DAMN GAME ALREADY!!! — James Gracie (@MidnightBashem) May 7, 2013 #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY #HARVERY — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) May 7, 2013 Matt Harvey versus the second worst offense in baseball. This should be fun. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) May 7, 2013 OMG someone broke the anus cam!!!!! Thank the baseball gods! — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) May 7, 2013 Bloody Nose Harvey! — Mark Ethe (@TooGooden16) May 7, 2013 Whoa, bloody matt harvey is the badassest thing I’ve ever seen — Ted Berg (@OGTedBerg) May 7, 2013 Harvey does coke.#METS — Mets Fan In Therapy™ (@MetsFanInPhilly) May 7, 2013 Harvey to the DL with a bloody septum — Ty (@tysim19) May 7, 2013 Matt Harvey snorts glass before each start. No biggie, 97 on the gun. — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) May 7, 2013 One day, the Hall of Fame will ask for Matt Harvey’s bloody jersey. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) May 7, 2013 Punched myself in the nose in support of Harvey. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) May 7, 2013 The story behind Matt Harvey’s bloody nose: He fought a bear….that was his only injury — Eddie Adlman (@EddieAdlMets) May 7, 2013 Is Carlos Beltran going to pay to fix Matt Harvey’s bloody nose? — Ed Leyro (@Studi_Metsimus) May 7, 2013 Harvey’s Bloody Nose >Schilling’s Bloody Sock — Jorge Marquez (@bronxfanatic) May 7, 2013 I want to see Matt Harvey’s bloody nose in IMAX. — Mets Merized Online (@MetsMerized) May 7, 2013 Ray Ramirez will probably turn Harvey’s nosebleed into an injury that requires a transfusion — Ty (@tysim19) May 7, 2013 Harvey. 1-2-3 first. One strikeout. One bloody nose. Good evening everyone. — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) May 7, 2013 Harvey pitching w/ bloody nose reminds me of when I played little league gm w/ hand wrapped-up under my glove after being bit by red ants — Kirk Gimenez (@KirkSNY) May 7, 2013 “Murphy gets off” – Ron Darling — James Kannengieser (@jameskann) May 7, 2013 Adam Dunn vs. Ike Davis- who Ks more today? — Jay (@TeamThirstTrap) May 7, 2013 I suggest every Mets pitcher is punched in the nose so they are bleeding during every start #SoultionsToPitchingProblems — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) May 7, 2013 I’d have so much sex with Andrew Brown. — Heather Nicole (@Lud_Bug5) May 7, 2013 ERMAGERD I MUST GO SEE THE WIGGLES AT CITI FIELD — Christopher Gamez (@Metsochist4Life) May 8, 2013 Sunday is the Wiggles. Saturday is Groping Elmo. Got it.#METS — Mets Fan In Therapy™ (@MetsFanInPhilly) May 8, 2013 @kburkhardtsnyPlease don’t let John Buck hit Matt Harvey in the nose with a pie if Harvey is the player of the game. — Ed Leyro (@Studi_Metsimus) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey perfect through four, with 5 Ks. #Mets 0, #WhiteSox 0, mid-4. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) May 8, 2013 SCORE SOME ******* RUNS — Steph (@whutyearisit) May 8, 2013 Ike hit the ball? HELL IS FREEZING OVER! — Joey (@Meet_The_Mets) May 8, 2013 Hispanic women the only kinda women who won’t change the toilet paper and leave you to walk out the bathroom with mudbutt to get a new one — DJ Mister Dior ™ (@DJMisterDior) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey pitches and does interviews at the same time. — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) May 8, 2013 #HarveyCaKKKKKKes — Susannah (@SoozyWild79) May 8, 2013 If Harvey pitched in the AL Central, he’d be taking no no’s deep into the game every start #Twins #WhiteSox — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey has more swag then he knows what to do with. — Matt Szat (@mattisagangster) May 8, 2013 Harvey is flawless through 5.Offense, not so much.#Mets — Eunice (@AngryEunice) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey has great hair through five — Christopher (@ludichrisspeed) May 8, 2013 Harvey loves strikeouts so much he even likes to strike out himself. — Texas b’Ennet (@TexasBennet) May 8, 2013 Hey Mets, if you want this Perfect Game thing to work, you kinda need to score some runs… — Adam Rossi (@aj16ross) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey is totally getting Santana’d right now. — Stephanie Maria (@stephaniemaria) May 8, 2013 Harvey perfect through six. Don’t worry, #Mets fans, #WhiteSox offense so bad, I’m not sure it’s possible to jinx this. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) May 8, 2013 RUNS, *************. CAN YOU SCORE THEM? — RageWynn (@RageWynn) May 8, 2013 Harvey’s actually ignoring them until they score a run. RT @avsny No one is talking to Matt Harvey in the dugout. — Rich MacLeod (@richmacleod) May 8, 2013 I-I’m sorry, my mind is just on that free pizza we could get if there’s a no hitter. Mmmm….. — Faux Duda (@DucasLuda) May 8, 2013 MEME: The thoughts going through Matt Harvey’s mind in the dugout right now — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) May 8, 2013 At least Matt Harvey has whatever is up his left nostril to keep him company in the dugout… — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) May 8, 2013 Rios infield single with 2 out in 7th. #NotTonightBoss — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) May 8, 2013 It’s over after 6 2/3 innings on infield single. #Harvey — Chris Carlin (@ChrisCarlinSNY) May 8, 2013 Well, now I can stop freaking out about the perfect game and start freaking out that the Mets won’t score a damned run. — Catsmeat (@CatsmeatP_P) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey will get one sooner or later #nasty #golfclap — Daniel Hudson (@DHuddy41) May 8, 2013 but see here’s the thing folks, Harvey has the potential to do this every game he pitches.he’s gonna get one eventually #Mets #Harvey — Andrew Harts (@AndrewHarts) May 8, 2013 Tejada should have punted the ball into left field to preserve the no-hitter. — Christopher (@ludichrisspeed) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey is better than Stephen Strasburg and should get the same attention. — I Srsly Hate Sports (@LONG_DRIVE) May 8, 2013 You know what? THERE’S NOTHING RUBEN COULD HAVE DONE ABOUT THAT SO SHUT UP! — Steph (@whutyearisit) May 8, 2013 I’m on my way to Citi Field to get some runs for Matt Harvey because apparently these clowns can’t do it themselves. — Molly Ann (@wearmystilettos) May 8, 2013 Harvey may go 12 innings tonight #Mets — Rob Patterson (@RobPatterson83) May 8, 2013 Wait my dad said an hour ago that Matt would lose it with two outs in the seventh. Really dad?? — AndrèaMets4Life (@Mets4_Life) May 8, 2013 Is your wallpaper on your phone as incredible as mine? Probably not… — Lauren G (@laurengeld) May 8, 2013 @dailystache @laurengeld why yes…yes it is lol… — Meriwyn Travisano (@Meriwyn) May 8, 2013 Welcome to the Melo show. — ESPN (@espn) May 8, 2013 So when does Jordany Valdespin pinch hit? — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) May 8, 2013 This game is getting too easy for Harvey, he might as well start experimenting with a knuckleball right now — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey’s 12 strikeouts tonight are a career-high!!! #Mets — New York Mets (@Mets) May 8, 2013 Everything you need to know about the Mets and White Sox lineups can be summed up in the current game time — Christopher (@ludichrisspeed) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey has now put up almost a weeks’s worth of strike outs for Ike Davis #Mets — Rob Patterson (@RobPatterson83) May 8, 2013 No no-hitter may be the headline, but Matt Harvey still just submitted one of the greatest pitching performances in franchise history. #Mets — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) May 8, 2013 Who’s excited for some 10th inning Brandon Lyon action??? C’mon guys don’t be shy! — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) May 8, 2013 Harvey just offered to buy a house for any #Mets that end this game. — Mike Vooss (@MikeVooss) May 8, 2013 0-0. Extras. — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) May 8, 2013 THIS is why wins are not a good indicator of a pitcher’s talent. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) May 8, 2013 Matt Harvey should demand a trade. #mets — Joe Pontillo (@JoePontillo) May 8, 2013 Pathetic performance by Harvey. He should of got the rest of the team to hit better. #Mets — Joey (@Meet_The_Mets) May 8, 2013 Walking Ike Davis is usually the precursor to walking everyone — Christopher (@ludichrisspeed) May 8, 2013 LMAO. Harvey pitches nine inning one hitter…and gets a no decision. LOL — Sean Kenny (@TheSeanKenny) May 8, 2013 Be a hero, Mike Baxter. You’ll get pie! — TwinkleMets (@TwinkleMets) May 8, 2013 Mike Baxter win this game and I’ll buy you all the Cherry Valley sandwiches u want #mets — Jay (@TeamThirstTrap) May 8, 2013 ANCHORMAN REFERENCE! #METS — Catsmeat (@CatsmeatP_P) May 8, 2013 Bobby Parnell knows how to win. Watch and learn, Harvey. — Matthew Callan (@scratchbomb) May 8, 2013 PIE TIME! Justin Turner earning that salary. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) May 8, 2013 The Kid from Queens wins it for the #Mets and the #Knicks and #Isles are 4-0 on night I do the #MetsTwitter Recap. You’re welcome New York — Meriwyn Travisano (@Meriwyn) May 8, 2013 MEANWHILE, IN THE WORLD OF EX-METS… this is my newest piece called “Swag Airlines”… — Fernando Tatís (@FernandoTatis17) May 7, 2013 THE IRRELEVANT FACT OF THE DAY… Willie Nelson once smoked weed on the roof of the White House. — UberFacts (@UberFacts) April 23, 2013 The post #MetsTwitter Recap: Bloody Hell! appeared first on The Daily Stache.

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