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Mets don't plan to shut down Harvey; will let him pitch in October

  The New York Mets plan for Matt Harvey to keep pitching as long as they keep playing. Harvey is expected to make four more starts during the regular season and assume a "reasonable workload" during the playoffs, assistant general manager John Ricco said Friday. Harvey missed last season recovering from Tommy John surgery, and his health came into question after he became dehydrated...
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Mets have no plans to shut pitcher Matt Harvey down

MIAMI (AP) The New York Mets say they expect right-hander Matt Harvey to make four more starts during the regular season and assume a ''reasonable workload'' during the playoffs. Harvey missed last season recovering from Tommy John surgery, and his health came into question after he became dehydrated during his latest start Wednesday. He is 12-7 with a 2.60 ERA and has thrown 166...
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Latest On Matt Harvey: Ricco Addresses Reporters, Boras Still Flaming

Here is the latest and all you need to know about the growing controversy regarding Matt Harvey and his innings limits. Assistant general manager John Ricco spoke to reporters in Miami and said that right-hander Matt Harvey will make his start against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday as scheduled. Ricco further added that the team […]
Via Mets Merized Online
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Updated With Thoughts: Boras Wants Hard 180 Inning Cap For Harvey

Thoughts from Joe D. On Wednesday night, after Matt Harvey complained of fatigue and weakness due to symptoms of dehydration and was treated by team trainers, I like all of you, was somewhat concerned. When Harvey didn’t speak to reporters, I actually became even more concerned, wondering if there was more to the story than […]
Via Mets Merized Online
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mets, Scott Boras clashing over Matt Harvey’s innings limit

The New York Mets are on the verge of their first Postseason appearance since 2006, but they could conceivably be without ace Matt Harvey once October comes around. Harvey’s agent Scott Boras is insisting that Harvey’s doctors have stamped him with a limit of 180 innings this year, which is problematic considering it’s only September 4th and Harvey is already at 166 1/3...
Via The Outside Corner
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mets' Harvey in line to make next start despite bout with dehydration

New York Mets ace Matt Harvey is expected to make his next start on Tuesday against the Washington Nationals despite not accompanying the team to Miami for a three-game series this weekend.The Mets said Harvey was dealing with dehydration and weakness during his 6 1/3-inning stint against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night but it is not expected to impact his next outing...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

By the numbers: Matt Harvey vs Jacob deGrom

In a day and age where Sabermetrics runs the game of baseball, numbers are the easiest way to compare two players to one-another. Usually, fans of a team would compare one of their players to one on another ball club, but is important to compare teammates as well. Going into the 2015 season, Matt Harvey was coming off of Tommy John’s Surgery and was predicted by many to be...
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Matt Harvey Skips A Start, But Doesn’t Miss A Beat

Despite having pitched in 11 days, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey delivered six scoreless innings on Friday night against the Boston Red Sox. Harvey struck out eight batters in a solid 103 pitch effort and wanted to remain in the game, but manager Terry Collins thought otherwise and gave his ace the hook. “He wanted to […]
Via Mets Merized Online
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom: Baseball’s Next Great Dynamic Duo?

We’re all familiar with the many unique aspects that make Baseball the true National Pastime. The game can conceivably go on forever. It’s the only sport where the defense has the ball. The team trying to score is outnumbered 9 to 1. My personal favorite is that it’s a team sport based around a collection […]
Via Mets Merized Online
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey 'on board' with Mets skipping his turn in rotation

    Get ready for a potential controversy in the Big Apple. The New York Mets announced on Friday that they will skip Matt Harvey’s next turn in the rotation in order to keep his innings down. The pitcher says he is “on board” with the decision. “The innings are adding up — we have kind of been discussing that the whole time. I told them I was completely on board...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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