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33 Matt Harvey SP
Height/Weight: 6-4/225 | Birthdate: 3/27/1989 | Birthplace: New London, CT | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: New York | College: None | MLB Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 45/1 | Average Draft Position: 207.80
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Matt Harvey hits 95 in last mound session


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/15/2014) Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey threw a simulated game from the mound at Citi Field Monday -- the last throwing he'll do apart from his regular routine to get ready for 2015.

General manager Sandy Alderson told ESPN.com the right-hander was hitting 95 mph "pretty consistently" even while throwing at less than 100 percent. Harvey, who has spent all of this season recovering from Tommy John surgery, should be ready to go for the start of next season.

"Everything we were trying to accomplish this season has been accomplished," Alderson said. "From our standpoint, we want to make sure he was physically back to a level that would ensure he wasn't behind in spring training. And then, secondly, he needed to be back to a state mentally where he felt comfortable going into next season and the uncertainty has been eliminated. We feel we're at that point."

Alderson said the Mets plan to limit Harvey's workload in 2015, though they'll want to do some research this offseason before coming up with an exact plan.


Matt Harvey to be shut down after four 'pen sessions


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/4/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will toss four bullpen sessions before being shut down for the season in the coming weeks, the New York Daily News reports Thursday.

Harvey, who was not expected to pitch in games this season while recovering from Tommy John surgery, will get his first bullpen session Thursday at the team's spring training complex. He is expected to throw only fastballs through his first three sessions, and the team plans to monitor his velocity to ensure he is not yet throwing at max effort. He will then throw one session with all of his pitches before being shut down for the offseason.

"That is the point we want him to get to and then he will stop," a team source told the Daily News. "However long it takes for him to get there, but he will be done by the end of this month."

Harvey will not face batters or be cleared to throw at full effort until spring training in February, but is expected to progress through a normal spring throwing program with the rest of the pitchers. 


Matt Harvey to throw bullpen session Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/3/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will throw a bullpen session Thursday, according to the Record.

Harvey will toss a simulated game. He'll throw an inning, sit for a couple of minutes and then return to the mound. Harvey has missed all season while recovering from Tommy John surgery. 


Mets want Matt Harvey to slow down recovery pace


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/13/2014) The Mets announced Wednesday that pitcher Matt Harvey threw a 27-pitch bullpen session at the team's spring-training complex, but Mets manager Terry Collins plans to talk to the pitcher Wednesday evening to get him to slow down the pace of his recovery, ESPNNewYork.com reports.

"Matt gets it and understands it, but the issue with Matt is that everything he does is max effort," Collins said. "So even if you're going to slow down the pace of getting him in a game, he's got to back off on the effort side, too. He's talked about how great he feels, and how well he's throwing. He's got to back off a bit."

The Mets said Tuesday that they will consider slowing down the pitcher's recovery to the point where he won't pitch in a game setting before next spring. Harvey is working his way back from Tommy John surgery.


Matt Harvey unlikely to appear in majors this year


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(8/12/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is unlikely to pitch in the majors before the end of the season, according to the New York Times

Harvey has been rehabbing from Tommy John surgery all season. He had hoped to return late in the year, but that may no longer be the case. General manager Sandy Alderson said he doesn't think Harvey will appear in the majors this season. Harvey posted a 2.27 ERA over 178 1/3 innings during his rookie season prior to undergoing surgery. 


Matt Harvey pleased with first bullpen session


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(8/6/2014) Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey (elbow) was pleased with how his 20-pitch bullpen session went Tuesday. Harvey said it felt like "nothing had happened" 10 months after Tommy John surgery.

"I didn't think things would feel this good and this easy, but I couldn't be happier," he said, per MLB.com. "Excited about moving forward. The mechanics, I feel like they didn't leave in the amount of time that I wasn't able to use them. I was happy that things were smooth and I'm glad I had no setbacks."

Harvey is now slated to throw three more 20-pitch bullpen sessions before he starts mixing in his secondary pitches and increasing his pitch count. He will then progress to batting practice and continue to throw into September. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Friday the team plans to shut Harvey down at the beginning of October.


Matt Harvey to throw 25 pitches off mound Tuesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(8/3/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is scheduled to throw 25 pitches from the mound at the team's spring-training complex Tuesday, the New York Post reports.

Harvey threw 20 pitches from the slope of the mound Friday, and he's set to take the next step Tuesday. He hopes to pitch in a game with the Mets this season after undergoing Tommy John surgery late last season.


Matt Harvey progresses to mound work


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(8/1/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey threw off a mound for the first time since Tommy John surgery Friday, according to ESPN.com.

Harvey, who is still not expected to pitch in the majors this season, did his first mound work since last October. He hopes to pitch instructional league games in September, but has a way to go before he is cleared to do so. Friday's session was not a full-speed one. 


Matt Harvey penciled in for mound work Friday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is tentatively scheduled to throw off a mound Friday, Newsday reports.

Harvey was earlier reported to be eyeing a return to the mound next week, and he still holds out hope he'll be able to pitch for the major-league team this season despite undergoing Tommy John surgery last October.


Matt Harvey's rehab schedule starting to become clearer


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(7/30/2014) Though the Mets have remained staunch in their belief that Matt Harvey will not pitch this season, he is starting to eye a return to game action, according to the New York Post.

The Post reports Wednesday Harvey could begin throwing off a mound next week, and is eyeing a return to game action in September instructional league. Harvey still wants to pitch for the Mets this season, even if it is just one inning, according to the report.

Harvey is recovering from Tommy John Surgery, which he underwent last October. It still remains unlikely he sees the majors this season. 


Matt Harvey coming to realization he won't pitch in 2014


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(7/13/2014) Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey, who remains sidelined recovering from Tommy John surgery in October, appears resigned to the fact he won't pitch in 2014, according to the New York Post.

Harvey will head to his agent Scott Boras' training facility in Newport Beach, Calif., during the All-Star break for an unofficial checkup on his recovery. Boras said on Friday he believes the recovery timetable for Tommy John surgery is 14-16 months, and it appears Harvey is beginning to buy into the Mets' conservative approach to his recovery.

"That [time period] puts me to, what, December?” said Harvey, who added the process has been "very slowly slowing down a lot."


Matt Harvey hoping to throw off mound in July


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/21/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is hoping to throw off a mound in July, according to ESPN.com.

"I'd say sometime in July would be realistic for [throwing off a mound]," Harvey said. The team has been cautious to push him following Tommy John surgery, but it looks like he'll be able to take the next step soon. While Harvey has pushed to return this season, it doesn't appear the team wants him back until 2015. 


Matt Harvey still waiting to throw off a mound


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/20/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is still waiting to throw off a mound, according to ESPN.

Harvey continues to throw off flat ground, but he's waiting on the team to tell him he can begin working from the mound. Harvey was expected to start throwing off a Monday last week, but the powers that be put a stop to that. The club has been careful not to rush the young pitcher.

Harvey is recovering from Tommy John surgery. 


Matt Harvey coming to terms with decelerated timeline


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(6/10/2014) Though it was always a bit of a longshot, Mets pitcher Matt Harvey seemed to confirm that he will not be making his return from Tommy John surgery this season.

"I think it's always been there," Harvey told MLB.com Tuesday, when asked about the possibility of missing the entire season. "I think it was a matter of me not wanting it to happen. I still want to pitch this year. That's always going to be on my mind. But coming to realize that I can't write myself in the lineup is becoming a little bit more realistic."

Harvey met with the coaching and training staff Tuesday, and was told he will not be cleared to return to game action within the first 11 months following his surgery. Since he went under the knife in October of last season, that pretty much assures that his return will not come until 2015.


Matt Harvey won't pitch in majors within 11 months of surgery


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(6/10/2014) Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said starting pitcher Matt Harvey will not pitch in the majors within 11 months of undergoing Tommy John surgery, making it unlikely he pitches in a major-league game this season, per ESPN. Harvey underwent the operation in October.

Report: Matt Harvey unlikely to see the majors this year


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/6/2014) The Mets are going to take it easy with pitcher Matt Harvey, according to Newsday.

Harvey was expected to throw off a mound Tuesday, but that's no longer the case. While Harvey has stressed a desire to return to the majors this season, that may not happen either. A team official told Newsday in spring training that Harvey was unlikely to throw in the majors this season.

The club wants to be conservative with Harvey's rehab. He could get on the mound for minor-league action, but it doesn't appear he'll be pushed too hard. Harvey is attempting to come back from Tommy John surgery.


Report: Matt Harvey will not throw Tuesday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(6/6/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will not throw off the mound Tuesday, according to the New York Daily News.

Harvey is not dealing with a setback. The team just wants to be cautious with his recovery. A source told the Daily News, "he’s fine. It’s nothing physical, it’s just a plan to be more cautious." Harvey has been aggressive with his timetable, saying he wanted to pitch in the majors in August. Harvey is currently rehabbing at the team's spring training site. 


Matt Harvey to throw off mound June 9


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(6/2/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will throw off a mound next Monday for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery, ESPNNewYork.com reports.

Harvey has been throwing from flat ground at a distance of 150 feet at the team's spring-training complex. He wants to make at least five starts before the end of the season, but the team will move cautiously with his recovery.


Matt Harvey: 'I don't work for Scott Boras, he works for me'


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(5/20/2014) Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey was very blunt in his response when asked if his agent, Scott Boras, would allow him to return from Tommy John surgery before the end of the season.

"I don’t work for [Boras], he works for me," Harvey said, per the New York Post.

Though, Harvey does seem to be softening his stance about pitching this season after being so adamant in the past about making it back onto a major-league mound in 2014.

"As a competitor, if I’m healthy and can come back early, I would love to do that," Harvey said. "But I can’t put myself in the lineup and certainly can’t tell how I’m going to feel in three months once I get off the mound, so this is all way beforehand and speaking in competitiveness."

Still, Harvey told SI.com he wants to pitch in the majors again as soon as August, if possible. It would be just 10 months after he underwent elbow surgery.

"Of course, I won't do it unless I'm cleared to do it," he said, "but I want to pitch before the year ends. I want to make five, six, seven starts this year. I asked [the training staff], 'If I want to come back in August, when do I need to start throwing off a mound?' They said June 10. So that's what we have penciled in right now. That's the plan. I feel great. I don't feel any soreness now. The ball is coming out of my hand great."


Matt Harvey aiming to throw off mound June 10


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(5/9/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is aiming to throw off a mound June 10, according to MLB.com.

Harvey has been able to increase his throwing distance from 90 to 120 feet. He's hoping to get back on the mound in June. Harvey is attempting to come back from Tommy John surgery, and could make an appearance in the majors before the end of the year. 


Matt Harvey to rehab elbow at Citi Field


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/24/2014) The Mets and pitcher Matt Harvey have reached an agreement to allow the pitcher to rehab his injured elbow at Citi Field, MLB.com reports.

The team initially wanted Harvey to remain in Port St. Lucie to rehab, but he'll be in New York with the team until it's time to accelerate his rehab program later in the summer, at which point he'll return to Florida. Harvey is expected to miss all of 2014 while recovering from Tommy John surgery, though he's hopeful he'll return before the end of the season.


Matt Harvey still hopeful to pitch in 2014


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/18/2014) Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey still hopes to be back in the majors by August, as he continues to work his way back from Tommy John surgery in late October.

"I still have in my mind that I want to come back this year," Harvey said, per ESPN. "And whether the doctors clear that, or the people upstairs have other ideas, my mindset as a competitor is to always get back on the field. I think after watching what happened to a couple of guys on the Braves, everybody is always going to be so cautious about the recovery. But as a competitor we’re always going to want to get back on the field. If the doctors at that point say it’s fine, obviously my mind is always going to be on the baseball field."

Harvey has been tossing a baseball on flat ground from 60 feet, but he said he's ready to progress to 75 feet.

"Everything feels great," Harvey said. "I’m getting sick of staying at 60. So a little change will be nice. But the process is going well and I’m excited for the next step."


Matt Harvey reaches agreement with Mets


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(3/5/2014) Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will make $546,625 next season, according to CBSSports.com Baseball Insider Jon Heyman.

Harvey isn't expected to pitch most of the year due to recovery from Tommy John surgery. He's not eligible for arbitration until the 2016 season, so he should remain cheap until then.


Optimistic Matt Harvey moves up timetable for return


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(2/22/2014) Coming off his first throwing session since undergoing Tommy John surgery, Mets wunderkind right-hander Matt Harvey now claims he could return to game action as early as August.

"If somehow I'm good to go in August, all power to me," he told the New York Post.

Speculation is that Harvey will return at some point only if the Mets remain a contender for a playoff spot.


Matt Harvey completes first throwing session since surgery


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(2/22/2014) Mets would-be ace Matt Harvey completed his first throwing session Saturday since undergoing Tommy John surgery in October, per ESPN. Harvey is still not expected to return to game action this season, though he has not been ruled out.