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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||190.00||13.00||7.00||0.00||2.79||1.07||192.00||46.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Philadelphia|| 12.0||1||1|| 4.50||0||1||12|
|vs LHB|| 29.1||0||0|| 3.38||0||7||33|
|vs RHB|| 29.1||0||0|| 2.45||0||3||27|
|12/25/2014||Matt Harvey, SP NYM||Joey Votto, 1B CIN|
|12/25/2014||Jose Abreu, 1B CHW|
Zack Wheeler, SP NYM
|Christian Yelich, LF MIA|
Taijuan Walker, SP SEA
Matt Harvey, SP NYM
|12/25/2014||Lance Lynn, SP STL|
Adrian Beltre, 3B TEX
Adrian Gonzalez, 1B LAD
|Matt Harvey, SP NYM|
|Last 10 Games|
Mets pitcher Matt Harvey might be dealing with 'dead arm'
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(5/24/15) There might be an explanation for Mets pitcher Matt Harvey's worst start of his career. He could be experiencing a case of "dead arm," manager Terry Collins said per the N.Y. Daily News.
"I have not talked to Matt yet, but it looks like he might be going through some of that dead arm stuff that sometimes happens. This might help him to have an extra day to get him back on track," said Collins, referring to the Mets' day off Thursday. "He's going to pitch Friday with five days rest, be ready to go."
On Friday, the Mets are scheduled to play at home against the Miami Marlins.
The team expected these types of bumps in the road in his first season back from Tommy John surgery and didn't send him for further medical evaluation. On Saturday, Harvey gave up seven runs on six hits in four innings of work. The 8-2 loss was part of a three-game sweep the Mets suffered in Pittsburgh.
Mets SP Matt Harvey endures worst start of career on Saturday
|by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer|
|(5/23/15) Mets starter Matt Harvey had his worst outing in his big-league career on Saturday against the Pirates. The young ace was touched up for seven runs on six hits in just four innings of work. He walked two and struck out four as the Mets fell 8-2.
Harvey (5-2) got into trouble early, serving up a two-run home run to Andrew McCutchen in the first inning, and a solo bomb to Pedro Alvarez in the second. The wheels fell off completely in the fourth when the Pirates put four more runs on the board.
"Everything was kind of all over the place," Harvey said, per ESPN.com. "I wasn't locating, obviously. My arm feels fine, body feels fine. It's just one of those days where if I tried to spin it, it was over the middle. And if I tried to throw a fastball in, it was away, and vice versa. It was just a pretty terrible outing."
This is the first time in his career that Harvey pitched fewer than five innings and allowed more than five earned runs. His season ERA still sits at an impressive 2.91 mark. He is scheduled to make his next start either Friday or Saturday at home against the Marlins.
Mets pitcher Matt Harvey strikes out nine in no-decision on Monday
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(5/18/15) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey tossed eight scoreless innings, scattering six hits in New York's 2-1 win over the Cardinals in 14 innings on Monday, but did not factor into the decision.
"You've got to take the win-loss thing out of the book," Harvey said, per the New York Times, "and concentrate on cheering your teammates on in the bottom half of the inning so we can score."
Harvey only allowed one baserunner to reach as far as third, coming in the first inning. After getting two outs, Harvey allowed Matt Holliday to reach safely on an error. Then, Jhonny Peralta doubled to left to put runners on second and third. He worked out of the jam though, getting Matt Adams to fly out to right.
Harvey struck out the side once and struck out multiple batters in three innings. He totaled nine strikeouts with just one walk. Harvey, who remains 5-1, lowered his ERA to 1.98 in 54 2/3 innings of work. He will look to keep rolling Saturday against the Pirates.
Mets' Matt Harvey allows 1 run in 7 innings in no-decision
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(5/13/15) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey had a great game in what turned out to be a no-decision during Wednesday night's 2-1 loss to the Cubs.
Harvey pitched seven innings and threw nine strikeouts. He gave up three hits, two walks and now holds a 2.31 ERA for the season. Harvey did not allow an earned run.
Harvey has only allowed more than three earned runs once this season, when he gave up four in a win over Miami on April 19. This is the third time this year Harvey has gone through a game without allowing an earned run.
He'd only thrown a combined seven strikeouts in his past two games. His nine strikeouts on Wednesday tied his season-high.
Harvey's next start is projected for May 18 against the Cardinals.
Mets pitcher Matt Harvey receives first loss of season Friday
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(5/8/15) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey had a solid outing during Friday's game against the Phillies, but it was not enough as the Mets fell 3-1.
Harvey allowed three runs on six hits over six innings of work. He also struck out four batters and walked one. His biggest mistake came in the fourth inning when Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard hit a home run.
"I needed to put up zeroes tonight, and I didn't do that," Harvey said, per MLB.com. "[I have] got to go back to square one and get back to where I was. Tomorrow I just begin to get ready for my next start."
Harvey (5-1) received his first loss of the season for his effort and his ERA rose from 2.41 to 2.72 after Friday's start. Harvey has pitched at least six innings in each of his six starts this season.
His next expected start is scheduled for Wednesday at the Chicago Cubs.
|2014 summary: Matt Harvey missed the entire season as he recovered from Tommy John surgery.|
Playing time status: Harvey is expected to be ready for spring training, and while he should begin the regular season in the Mets' rotation, he will likely have his turn in the rotation skipped at various points throughout the year. The Mets will aim to keep Harvey's workload under 200 innings.
2015 outlook: Even with an innings limit, Harvey has the potential to be a Fantasy ace. Pitchers coming back from Tommy John surgery always represents a risk, so owners shouldn't rely upon Harvey to be their top hurler, but he should slot in nicely as a No. 2 pitcher and one of the first 20 starters to come off the board.
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