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UNC in the MLB: Mets ink Matt Harvey to avoid arbitration

Mets avoid arbitration, sign starting pitcher Matt Harvey to one-year deal The New York Mets were able to avoid arbitration with some of their young stars, including starting pitcher Matt Harvey. When a player has been in the league between three and six years, or qualifies as a “super two”, he becomes arbitration eligible. The […] UNC in the MLB: Mets ink Matt Harvey to avoid...
Via Keeping It Heel
2 days ago

BBP: Fangraphs’ 2017 Mets projections, Matt Harvey’s return

Metstradamus Blog’s John Coppinger and I discuss Fangraphs’ 2017 New York Mets (and National League East) projections, question Matt Harvey’s return and what both his and fans’ expectations should be, and early Spring Training success.
Via Around Citi
3 days ago

Mets settle with Familia, Harvey, deGrom, 3 others

NEW YORK (AP) All-Star closer Jeurys Familia got a sizable raise from the New York Mets on Friday while still waiting to find out whether he'll be suspended by Major League Baseball under the sport's domestic violence policy. Familia will make $7,425,000, up from $4.1 million last season. Starters Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, who both had season-ending surgery, also settled for...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom settle 2017 money with Mets

The Mets rotation is signed up for 2017. The team reportedly agreed to terms Friday with stud right-handers Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom for next season, settling before reaching arbitration hearings. Harvey, who is coming off a disastrous 2016 season that ended with surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, will make $5.125 million with a possible...
Via New York Post
6 days ago

Matt Harvey Signs For $5.125 Million, Avoiding Arbitration

Matt Harvey and the Mets have agreed to a one-year, $5.125 million contract to avoid arbitration, reports James Wagner of the New York Times. The deal will reportedly include $100,000 in possible performance bonuses. He settled for slightly lower than the $5.325 salary projected by Pace Law School. Harvey, 27, had a disappointing season with the Mets this year, two years removed...
Via Mets Merized Online
6 days ago

WATCH: Matt Harvey: "I'm right where I want be, everything's feeling great"

At the New York Mets Holiday Shopping Spree to benefit children in Queens, pitcher Matt Harvey meets the media to say that he's healthy and excited to return next season.
December 15, 2016  |  Discuss

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...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

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
July 08, 2016  |  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...
Via Sportsnaut
July 07, 2016  |  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
July 05, 2016  |  Discuss

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