Found April 19, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
4/19 @nationals lineup vs @metsSpan CFWerth RFHarper LFLaRoche 1BDesmond SSTracy 3BLombardozzi 2BSuzuki CStrasburg P — MLBLineups (@mlblineups) April 19, 2013 4/19 @mets lineup vs @nationalsValdespin CFMurphy 2BWright 3BDavis 1BBuck CDuda LFByrd RFTejada SSHarvey P — MLBLineups (@mlblineups) April 19, 2013 good morning.. good afternoon.. good night-Matt Harvey #mets — Dan Tanna (@danXtanna) April 19, 2013 Shift happens, LaRoche — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 19, 2013 Bare with my nerdiness for a moment: Harvey threw 13 fastballs first inning: Speeds: 96, 98, 97, 96, 97, 96, 97, 97, 98, 97, 96, 97, 98. — Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) April 19, 2013 E-an Desmond — Paul J. Festa (@pauljfesta) April 19, 2013 Murphy is a hitting machine!1st and 3rd and no outs!#METS! — Mets Fan In Therapy™ (@MetsFanInPhilly) April 19, 2013 YEAH BABY!! Agressive baserunning pays off again!!! 1-0 Mets — Greg Kantor (@gkantor_18) April 19, 2013 Strasborg is Human! — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 19, 2013 Ike is just lost. He K’d swinging on an outside change at 89 mph. Sheesh #mets — Michael Baron (@michaelgbaron) April 19, 2013 Maybe if Ike Davis wasn’t batting from the dugout… — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) April 19, 2013 HUGE rbi single by Buck. — Ben Yoel (@Ben_Yoel) April 19, 2013 I thought Luke Duda got that one. You see, if he wasn’t so damn #UNCONFIDENT, that would’ve gone out! Or if David Wright was REALLY clutch. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 19, 2013 it is nice to get a couple runs off strasburg… w/ the good ones if you don’t get them early sometimes you don’t get them at all #mets — Dan Tanna (@danXtanna) April 19, 2013 Harvey’s ability to paint the corners and go up the ladder is a huge reason he’s been successful. His FB command is great. — Joe (@ritzdeez) April 19, 2013 Matt Harvey routinely makes opposing hitters swing at 98 mph fastballs over their head. — Mark Ethe (@TooGooden16) April 19, 2013 When Matt Harvey throws fastballs, they only register as Cholulas. Nothing less, ever. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 19, 2013 “Harvey is really good, but I do worry that he’s being overhy– … oh. I see.” — Me tonight — Emma Span (@emmaspan) April 19, 2013 Byrd hits a double and they play fly robin fly up up to the sky LOL that was great — happy hank (@happyhank86) April 19, 2013 Harvey just looked against Strasburg like Harvey is making most hitters look tonight. — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 19, 2013 Split screen of Harvey and Gooden >>>>>> — Paul J. Festa (@pauljfesta) April 19, 2013 Strasburg one-out double in 3rd. #NotTonightBoss — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 19, 2013 unlike matt harvey, stephen strasburg has never pitched in an MLB eighth inning. and he wears a jacket on the bases. — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 20, 2013 Sit down Werthless — Murph (@metsfanmurph) April 20, 2013 MEME: Lets check in with Kevin…. #Mets twitpic.com/ckirr4 — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 20, 2013 Ike is extremely frustrating at this point in his career. #Mets — Bosco (@bosco86) April 20, 2013 The Las Vegas 51’s lineup, that is. RT @bcanell: Ike should be moved to 7th in the lineup. — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 20, 2013 if anyone one still thinks wheeler will be better then Harvey I can not imagine what this young man can do. — gary marshall (@garymarshall204) April 20, 2013 Fans into the game tonight. Good crowd. Nobody is walking around. Harvey 5K thru 4. 2-0 Mets. — Kevin Burkhardt (@KBurkhardtSNY) April 20, 2013 JV1 looks better in CF than the corners — Brian (@Ph0netic) April 20, 2013 Matt Harvey is to attracting crowds as Aaron Laffey is to not attracting them… #Mets — Kevin (@KVP_10) April 20, 2013 Things Matt Harvey can’t do: — Eddie Adlman (@EddieAdlMets) April 20, 2013 Harvey’s slider is faster than Chris Young’s fastball — Steph (@whutyearisit) April 20, 2013 BREAKING NEWS: Boston Marathon terror bombing suspect has been arrested. — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) April 20, 2013 Murphy was at bat the moment this bomber was caught & was also at the plate the moment Bin Laden was caught few yrs ago #PatrioticMurph — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 20, 2013 Biggest spot of the game and Harvey’s breaking pitch induces a double play. Solid all around — Ty (@tysim19) April 20, 2013 Ike homers and they have the suspect in custody.#goodnewsoverload — Steve Markham (@steve_markham) April 20, 2013 DUDA SMMAAAAAAASH!!!!!!!!!!!! — julie (@Lets86it) April 20, 2013 I thought the Home Run Derby was in July? — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 20, 2013 Chant of “Harvey’s Better!” at Citi Field right now. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 20, 2013 Strasburg is SO last year #Mets — Showtime (@Rolix3001) April 20, 2013 Daniel Murphy E-4 on would-be double play. Yikes. Bases loaded. #Mets 4, #Nats 1, no out. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 20, 2013 Let’s see what Harvey can do when in some trouble. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 20, 2013 Dear @mets: Listen to how excited this crowd is. Get us a solid team and we’ll do this every night. — Dan Lewis (@DanDotLewis) April 20, 2013 Matt Harvey. What a gritty, grind it out 7th inning after 6 innings of complete domination. LOVE seeing that. — Greg Kantor (@gkantor_18) April 20, 2013 That might have been Matt Harvey’s most impressive inning of the season. — D.J. Short (@djshort) April 20, 2013 Just announced the Boston arrest. “USA USA USA!” chant breaks out. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 20, 2013 Matt Harvey’s final line : 7 IP, 4 hits, 1 earned run, 3 walks, 7 K’s., 105 pitches.Mets are 4 outs away from Harvey’s 4th win. — CSTB (@cstbtweet) April 20, 2013 Matt Harvey is not eligible for Rookie of the Year. Matt Harvey is extremely eligible for Cy Young. — Chris (@tpgMets) April 20, 2013 Scott Rice made that look easy #Mets — Jonathan (@Jonlapps) April 20, 2013 That was an awkward play. Nice triple for David. — Tyler Moore (@Tyler_M_Sports) April 20, 2013 not buying that triples are dead — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 20, 2013 Ike’s back. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 20, 2013 THE MONSTER IS OUT OF THE CAGE! I REPEAT, THE MONSTER IS OUT OF THE CAGE! — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 20, 2013 Its kind of amazing how a good starting pitcher can make the rest of the team look good as well, isn’t it? #Mets — Michael Baron (@michaelgbaron) April 20, 2013 Lovin the cup of shut the hell up Duda keeps serving me. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 20, 2013 What? How did Murphy make that play?? — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 20, 2013 Murphy has really adjusted to 2B. I love it. — Ben Yoel (@Ben_Yoel) April 20, 2013 first 4 game winner in NL — Beth Zatkowsky (@wrightfan05) April 20, 2013 Great game. #Books #HarveysBetter — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) April 20, 2013 Matt Harvey is now 4-0 with a .93 ERA and has struck out 32…Oh Yeah..he has beaten Halladay and Strasburg. Any questions? #Legit — Paul Lo Duca (@paulloduca16) April 20, 2013 PIC: @jordany023 posing for the SNY cameras #Swaguer twitpic.com/ckjdx7 — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 20, 2013 Great day. First America and then Harvey. — JLM (@mezzanine76) April 20, 2013 The post #MetsTwitterRecap: Harvey Beats Strasburg appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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