Second Strong Start For Harvey -- This Time Against Red SoxPitcher Matt Harvey of the Mets, who grew up in southeastern Connecticut, had his second strong start following surgery, as the Mets defeated the Red Sox in Fort Myers.
Harvey Pitches 4 Scoreless Innings; Mets Lose To Red Sox 4-3Matt Harvey allowed three hits over four scoreless innings for his second strong start following elbow surgery, and the New York Mets lost to the Boston Red Sox 4-3 Monday.
Harvey To Pitch First Game In A Year And A HalfConnecticut's Matt Harvey is set to pitch in his first game for the New York Mets in 18 months Friday -- and the outing will be anything but the usual March start.
Alderson Says Harvey Could Throw 200 Innings This Season
Harvey Arrives At Spring Training EarlyConnecticut native Matt Harvey has arrived at the New York Mets spring training, nearly two weeks ahead of the team's first official workout, and says he's willing to accept whatever innings limits the team chooses as he returns from elbow ligament-replacement surgery.
Harvey Says He'll Do What It Takes To Pitch In NovemberFormer Fitch High School pitcher Matt Harvey, who underwent Tommy John surgery, says he's willing to do what it takes to be able to pitch for the Mets into the playoffs in 2015.
Mets Harvey Moves From Rehab To RestMets ace Matt Harvey threw off the main mound at Citi Field on Monday, the final step this season in his rehab program from Tommy John surgery last October.
Mets Revise Harvey Rehab Plan
Harvey Steps-Up Rehab
Matt Harvey To Undergo Tommy John Surgery, Will Miss 2014Connecticut native Matt Harvey will miss the 2014 New York Mets season after deciding to undergo Tommy John surgery.
Harvey Gets Second Opinion On Injured ElbowConnecticut native Matt Harvey, the injured Mets pitching ace has been examined by Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion on his injured right elbow.
Harvey Optimistic He Can Avoid SurgeryConnecticut native Matt Harvey says the swelling in his elbow is down, and the pain has subsided. He says he's optimistic he can avoid surgery that would probably force him to miss all of the Mets 2014 season.