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Heels in the MLB: Matt Harvey recovering from season-ending injury

A former UNC player has had his season cut short Matt Harvey had his baseball season cut short after being diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. This season-ending injury involves compression at the thoracic inlet, often referred to as the superior thoracic aperture (or outlet). In laymen’s terms, the thoracic inlet is a hole surrounded by […] Heels in the MLB: Matt Harvey...
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1 day ago

Matt Harvey cheers on Mets from hospital bed

Matt Harvey may be in the earliest stages of recovery following a surgical procedure where he had his top rib removed, but the New York Mets ace made sure to let everyone know he’s still well enough to root on his teammates. Harvey on Wednesday tweeted out an image of himself taking in the Mets-Cubs afternoon tilt at Wrigley Field, two days after undergoing surgery to treat...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey Shares Hospital Recovery Photo After Surgery

Matt Harvey‘s season may have officially come to an end on Monday after he underwent surgery to relieve his thoracic outlet syndrome symptoms, but the former Mets ace’s social media profiles know no offseason. After the procedure, Harvey posted the following picture on his Twitter account, with the caption: “Watching the game from my hospital bed.  One less rib, but the road...
Via Mets Merized Online
2 days ago

Matt Harvey watches Mets game from hospital bed (PHOTO)

Harvey underwent season-ending surgery Monday. CHICAGO -- Two days after undergoing season-ending surgery to correct thoracic outlet syndrome, Matt Harvey tuned in to watch the Mets' 6-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs Wednesday.  "Watching the game from my hospital bed," Harvey tweeted. "One less rib, but the road to recovery has begun." Watching...
2 days ago

Matt Harvey to undergo season-ending shoulder surgery

Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will undergo season-ending surgery on his shoulder, according to his agent. The surgery will address thoracic outlet syndrome, and the hope is that Harvey will be ready for the start of the 2017 season. “The doctors clearly recommended that he have this done, mainly so that he can be ready for ’17,” said Scott Boras, Harvey’s agent, via ESPN’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

The Matt Harvey News Isn’t Good

Three seasons ago, Matt Harvey was one of the best pitchers in all of major-league baseball. Over 26 starts, his 2.00 FIP was the best among all starters. His 2.27 ERA placed behind only Clayton Kershaw and Jose Fernandez‘s marks by that measure. Despite a relative deficit of innings, Harvey’s 6.5 WAR was third among pitchers behind only Clayton Kershaw and Adam Wainwright. The...
Via Fangraphs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey considering season-ending surgery

New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey has been placed on the disabled list. According to’s Anthony DiComo, he might actually miss the rest of the season. Matt Harvey has been diagnosed with "symptoms consistent with thoracic outlet syndrome" and is considering season-ending surgery. #Mets — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) July 7, 2016 One natural question comes to mind...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: What does possible Thoracic Outlet Syndrome mean for Matt Harvey?

Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Richard Diana gives his thoughts on the possibility of a Thoracic Outlet Syndrome diagnosis for New York Mets starter Matt Harvey.
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets place struggling Matt Harvey on DL

The 2016 season has been dismal for New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey. It will now include a trip to the disabled list. Matt Harvey has been placed on the 15-Day DL due to discomfort in his right shoulder. RHP Seth Lugo has been recalled from Las Vegas. #Mets — New York Mets (@Mets) July 6, 2016 Harvey being hurt makes a lot of sense. Frankly, nothing else about 2016 performance...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey after latest rough start: ‘Back to the drawing board’

To say that Matt Harvey’s 2016 season has been a frustrating exercise in disappointment would be a tremendous understatement. But the struggling New York Mets ace insists he’ll keep trying to find a solution to the confounding struggles he has endured, even after being tagged for five earned runs in 3.2 innings in his start Monday against the Miami Marlins. While the Mets...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
18 days ago  |  Discuss

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