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Harvey Sees Doctor For Foot Ailment

Here’s why the New York Mets – even when they are on the verge of winning ten straight games – can make you want to beat your head against a cement wall. The person: Matt Harvey. The issue: An injury. The event: Harvey went to see a doctor this afternoon for consultation on a lingering foot injury. The diagnosis: None yet from the doctor, but manager Terry Collins, who apparently...
Via New York Mets Report
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey Watch - Foot to be Examined by Doctors

View image | The Mets are rolling winning 9 straight games and sitting at 11-3 on the year, however it hasn't been a smooth ride. Along the way, they've lost David Wright to a hamstring injury, Travis d'Arnaud got off to a hot start and then broke his hand after being hit by a pitch and Jerry Blevins was dominating lefties out of the bullpen before breaking...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Harvey To Have Foot Issue Examined By Doctors

Speaking to reporters at Turner Field in Atlanta, Terry Collins said that Matt Harvey has a minor foot issue but will make his next scheduled start against the New York Yankees. Harvey will have his left foot checked out by a team doctor, and has been reportedly dealing with this issue for about a month. “He’s fine. It’s nothing,” Terry Collins said. The Mets ace is 3-0...
Via Mets Merized Online
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Claiming to be battling strep throat, douchejuice Matt Harvey partied after his win Sunday

Roger Rubin wrote after the Mets 7-6 victory over the Marlins on Sunday of winner Matt Harvey, "The Mets’ ace had spent two days feeling like he was coming down with something and awakened Sunday morning to find it full blown. He had trouble swallowing, had slept poorly and felt rundown. He said he believes it’s a case of strep throat."So what did Harvey do to rest up after the...
Via Bob's Blitz
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Harvey Again Calling The Shots

It dawns on me how the New York Mets can prevent Matt Harvey from leaving for another team when he becomes a free agent. I should have thought of this earlier. They should fire Terry Collins and make Harvey a pitcher-manager. Why not? HARVEY: Good to be king. (ESPN). After after hearing the details from Sunday’s start, and Harvey’s previous track record, it seems obvious he’s...
Via New York Mets Report
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey’s velocity is in midseason form

We’re still very early in the season, which means we’re still deep into small sample size territory. That doesn’t mean we can’t start analyzing what’s happened so far, though, especially against the backdrop of the questions with which we entered the season. One of those major questions regarded what we could expect from a post-surgery Matt Harvey. His Spring Training performance...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

SNY breaks ratings records for Matt Harvey’s home return

On Tuesday, Matt Harvey started a game at Citi Field for the New York Mets for the first time since his 2013 Tommy John surgery. The Mets drew a crowd of 39,489 to the ballpark for the game, and SNY delivered some fantastic viewership numbers for the 6-5 Mets win. 322,000 households and 429,161 viewers tuned into the game, the highest numbers since a 5-0 Mets win over the Tigers...
Via Awful Announcing
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Harvey Aims To Pitch Even Better Tonight

After a an incredibly dominating start in his season debut against the Washington Nationals, a start that had Gary Cohen saying, “It’s like he never left,” Matt Harvey is looking for more tonight when he takes on the Philadelphia Phillies. “For me, 90 pitches through six innings is not good enough,” Harvey told reporters on Monday morning. “If I’m throwing 90 pitches...
Via Mets Merized Online
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Never Miss “Happy Harvey Day” for the Mets With Slingbox

For the first time in a long time, Mets fans have reason to be excited for the season. And nothing gets the fan base fired up more then Matt Harvey starts. They’ve taken on a life of their own, and #HappyHarveyDay has trended on Twitter since he’s come back from the Tommy John surgery. Tonight he makes his second start of the season when the Mets host the Phillies, and as a Mets...
Via Orange Fizz
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets paying Bobby Bonilla twice as much as Matt Harvey

Former Major League Baseball player Bobby Bonilla hasn’t played in a professional game since 2001. He’s 52 years old and last stepped on a baseball diamond less than a year after George W. Bush moved into the White House. He’s also set to receive a $1.2 million paycheck from the New York Mets as part of a deferment he agreed to with the team back in 2000. The story is as...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

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