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Harvey takes step in 'right direction' vs. Reds

Matt Harvey ripped his 102nd -- and last -- pitch of the night past the Reds' Jordan Pacheco at 97 mph for a called third strike, and he walked off the Citi Field mound looking just a little bit more like his old self. Harvey's seventh strikeout, a season high, capped his best performance of 2016 to date in the Mets' 5-2 win over the Reds on Wednesday.
4 days ago

Matt Harvey regains strikeout mojo as Mets sweep

Miss Universe delivered the first pitch Wednesday night, and the Mets’ one-time Mr. Universe handled the next 102 directed at the Reds. For Matt Harvey, the results were closer to what the Mets have come to expect than in recent outings. The disclaimer is this: Harvey was facing an unsightly Reds lineup starved for major...
Via New York Post
4 days ago

WATCH: W.B. Mason Post Game Extra - 04/22/16 - Granderson, Harvey lead Mets to win over Braves

Curtis Granderson homered twice, including a grand slam and Matt Harvey notched his first win of the year as the Mets beat the Braves, 6-3.
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Matt Harvey Declines To Speak To Media After Jokes About Bladder Infection

Matt Harvey is not too happy about how the media handled the news of his bladder infection. The New York Mets ace almost missed his Opening Day start and even was afraid he might have cancer after passing a blood clot that was in his bladder recently. And after Harvey discussed how the doctor told him to make sure he urinates more frequently to avoid any problems in the future,...
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey does not speak to media after tabloid headlines mock bladder infection

Matt Harvey returned to the mound on Wednesday, one day after disclosing to the media that his medical issue was due to a bladder infection that stemmed from holding it in for too long. Naturally, Wednesday morning’s New York tabloids responded to the Harvey news. They simply couldn’t stop themselves from pun after pun at Harvey’s expense. The New York Post came up with so...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 30, 2016  |  Discuss

The New York Post peed itself coming up with Matt Harvey bladder headlines

The truth is, while there may be some good stories in there from time to time, the thing that really gets people to pick up the New York Daily News or New York Post is the eye-grabbing headlines they plaster on the front & back. Seeing the puns they come up is basically why they still exist. So when a story drops in their laps, such as the one about New York Mets pitcher Matt...
Via Awful Announcing
March 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey says he had bladder infection, needs to pee more

New York Mets fans were incredibly concerned on Monday to learn that Matt Harvey was visiting with a doctor because of an undisclosed issue and might not be able to start on Opening Day. As it turns out, the right-hander is going to be fine. He just needs to stop holding it. Harvey told reporters Tuesday morning that he has been dealing with a bladder infection that created a blood...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey's Opening Day start in doubt over undisclosed issue?

The New York Mets have divulged that Matt Harvey is dealing with some sort of physical issue, won’t pitch for the rest of spring training, and may not be able to go on Opening Day. But they won’t say what the issue is. It all started on Monday when the team announced that Harvey would have his Monday start pushed back as he was visiting a non-orthopedic doctor. #Mets announce...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey believes his critics are motivated by jealousy

New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey has never shied away from finer things in life afforded by living in the Big Apple. He is frequently spotted at NBA and NHL games, makes his presence known during high-profile events such as Fashion Week and seems to be dating a new supermodel with every change of seasons. Harvey recognizes that living such a glamorous lifestyle makes him the...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
March 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Harvey backs Harper's view on lack of excitement in MLB

Matt Harvey supports Bryce Harper’s viewpoint that baseball needs more excitement in the sport. In recent comments to ESPN The Magazine, the reigning NL MVP stated that he felt MLB was “tired” and needed some more flair. He cited NL East opponents like Harvey and Jacob deGrom as examples of players who show excitement on the field, which he likes. Harvey likewise has Bryce’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 13, 2016  |  Discuss

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