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Gut Reaction: Nationals 4, Mets 3 (11 INN) 4/21/17

Matt Harvey was force into action due to Jacob deGrom being pushed back because of neck stiffness.  Harvey hit the second batter of the game in the head, who luckily was ok.  Bryce Harper was the next batter and proceeded to give the Nationals the lead with a long 2 run homer to right center. In the bottom of the first, Michael Conforto answered back with a solo shot to the opposite...
2 days ago

Why Mets' Terry Collins was impressed with Matt Harvey on Friday

Harvey didn't have his best stuff, but the stuff he didn't have wasn't bad. NEW YORK -- Matt Harvey used to have dirty stuff. A flame thrower already, when he needed to he could throw gasoline on the flames, using his deceptive off-speed pitches.  But now that the Mets right-hander has undergone both Tommy John surgery and an operation to...
2 days ago

Matt Harvey battles, almost gives Mets everything they need

The Mets’ bullpen is so overworked it’s on the verge of violating federal labor laws. So length from the starters has been high atop the team’s wish list. That’s what they got from Matt Harvey on Friday night. Harvey didn’t bring a win, but he brought seven innings — on 108 pitches, his most since...
Via New York Post
2 days ago

Harvey goes 7 strong, but Mets fall to Nats in extras | Rapid Reaction

The Mets bullpen struggles continued in a 4-3, 11-inning loss to the Nationals on Friday night. NEW YORK -- Mets closer Jeurys Familia has yet to shake off the rust. Familia issued a bases loaded walk to plate the go-ahead run in a 4-3, 11-inning loss to the Washington Nationals at Citi Field on Friday night.  Jerry Blevins, Addison Reed...
2 days ago

Harvey reportedly to start in place of deGrom

Jacob deGrom, who had been scheduled to start the Mets' series opener against the Nationals at Citi Field Friday night, has been pushed back to Saturday due to a stiff neck, according to a report by MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal. The Mets will instead start Matt Harvey, who will be on regular rest.
3 days ago

Matt Harvey leaves start with tight left hamstring

Matt Harvey’s night ended early on Tuesday, with a leg ailment being the culprit.The Mets pitcher was working in the sixth inning when he needed to be checked out by the team’s trainer. It was later announced Harvey was dealing with a tight left hamstring. If there is a silver lining, it’s that Harvey did not exit due to discomfort in the shoulder he had surgery on last year...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

5 MLB stars who have struggled in spring training

Having a good or bad spring training isn’t necessarily a sign of things to come. Spring training is, after all, little more than a tune-up. Pitchers spend parts of spring tinkering with pitches and not operating like they would in a meaningful game, while hitters are trying to find their swing after a long winter away from facing live, competitive pitching.That said, there are...
Via Larry Brown Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Imagining the New Matt Harvey

Remember Vintage Matt Harvey? He sat 96 and didn’t walk anyone and could go to any of three plus secondary pitches. Sigh. That Matt Harvey was sweet. And it was only 2015 when we last saw him. We all had hope that thoracic-outlet surgery would bring that Matt Harvey back, but we’re hearing some bad news on that front recently. “Harvey’s velocity hovered in the 92-mph range...
Via Fangraphs
March 17, 2017  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey dating Adriana Lima after her breakup with Pats' Edelman

Adriana Lima has wasted no time getting back into the athlete dating pool after her breakup with Julian Edelman.The supermodel is now dating New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey. Both the New York Post and New York Daily News reported on Thursday that Harvey was out on a date with Lima in Miami on Wednesday night. The Post’s Page Six even included a photo of the two kissing.The two...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 16, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: What can the Mets expect from Matt Harvey in 2017?

On SNY's Daily News Live, the panel discusses New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey after his Wednesday outing against the Marlins, and asks what can realistically be expected from him this year.
March 16, 2017  |  Discuss

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