Connecticut 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.
Connecticut native Matt Harvey will miss the 2014 New York Mets season after deciding to undergo Tommy John surgery.
Connecticut native Matt Harvey, the injured Mets pitching ace has been examined by Dr. James Andrews for a second opinion on his injured right elbow.
Connecticut 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.
Connecticut native Matt Harvey is expected to miss the rest of the season with the New York Mets.
Max Scherzer outpitched Matt Harvey in their All-Star rematch, striking out 11 and hitting a stunning RBI double that sent the Detroit Tigers to a 3-0 victory over the New York Mets on Saturday.
Mets ace Matt Harvey will start Tuesday night’s All-Star game on his home mound at New York’s Citi Field, and the Detroit Tigers’ Max Scherzer will open for the American League.
Harvey pitched six hitless innings, John Buck homered and the New York Mets held on for a 4-3 victory over the Braves in the first game of a doubleheader Tuesday.
MIAMI (AP) — Marcell Ozuna drove in four runs and Greg Dobbs hit a three-run homer to help the Miami Marlins complete a three-game sweep over the New York Mets with an 11-6 win on Sunday. Ed […]
Connecticut native Matt Harvey won his fifth straight for the Mets Friday, 3 to 2.