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Who starts for the New York Mets on Opening Day?

Terry Collins told the Post that there is a possibility the Mets hold out Matt Harvey during the team’s first road trip as a way to conserve innings. It is a long way down the road, but if the Mets do decide to go this route then the question becomes who starts Opening Day when the New York Mets start the season against the Washington Nationals? Here are the options along with...
Via NYMetsLife
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Dillon Gee: ‘Mets are ready to win'; but will he be there?

New York Mets starting pitcher Dillon Gee appeared on MLB Network’s “Hot Stove” Monday afternoon to discuss the team’s progress. In no uncertain terms did Gee hold back: He believes the club will contend in 2015. But Gee himself is no guarantee to be part of the team. The Daily News last week reported the pitcher’s days with the organization may be numbered as the Mets...
Via Around Citi
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 5 Mets Issues Coming Out Of Winter Meetings

The spring training countdown officially begins at the conclusion of the Super Bowl, but with the Winter Meetings now in the books, let’s consider the Mets’ top five issues entering the season. If you disagree, and that’s the point of this exercise, I would be interested to hear your issues. 1. DAVID WRIGHT’S HEALTH: I touched on this the other day, and rank it first because...
Via Mets Merized Online
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets have an idea: A 7-day DL to rest pitchers

One of the New York Mets’ most important objectives during the 2015 season will be managing Matt Harvey’s workload as he returns from Tommy John surgery. Obviously, the goal is to keep him healthy (as it would be for any pitcher), but also to avoid a Stephen Strasburg-type shutdown that would end Harvey’s season in September. Skipping Harvey’s turn in the starting rotation...
Via The Outside Corner
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets Injury Update: Matt Harvey aiming to throw off a mound in two weeks

New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey plans to start throwing off a mound in about two weeks for the first time since the regular season in attempt to get ready for spring training, reports Adam Rubin of ESPN New York: #454409580 / Harvey has not pitched in a regular season game since August 24, 2013 due to a torn UCL, leading to subsequent Tommy John...
Via Sports Injury Alert
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey Completely Onboard With Innings Limit Plan

On Wednesday afternoon, Matt Harvey acknowledged to reporters at Citi Field that he will not pitch 200 innings in 2015 and that he’s completely on board with however the front office plans to limit his innings next season. “You know what? I’m going to be happy to throw an entire year,” Harvey said. “Whatever they decide, it’s in the best interests of both the team and...
Via Mets Merized Online
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey Feels 100 Percent, Set To Begin Workouts In December

Matt Harvey appeared on WFAN this morning where he spoke about a number of different team specific topics. as he gets set to make his return this Spring. The Mets righty feels great and expects to be 100 percent ready when he reports to camp in February. He is preparing to begin his normal offseason routine and expects to be throwing off a mound in December. “It’s nice going...
Via Mets Merized Online
23 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: offseason Matt Harvey update

The New York Mets are poised to get their ace back in time for Opening Day 2015. There was little doubt about that. The question that was looming was how cautious would the team be with Matt Harvey as he returns from Tommy John surgery. Well now we have the long awaited answer. Harvey is expected to be able to pitch for as long as the Mets’ season goes, with a small exception....
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Was Matt Harvey trolling for Eugenie Bouchard at US Open?

Since Matt Harvey has apparently given up on the thought of throwing baseballs at CitiField this season, it sounds like the Mets starter decided to pitch some woo at the US Open this week — namely in the direction of tennis star Eugenie Bouchard.The rehabbing Mets pitcher approached US Open officials about getting tickets to watch the Canadian beauty's matches, even asking them...
Via The Other Paper
September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey won't apologize to Mets for ‘having a life’

New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey seemingly finds himself at the center of controversy on a routine basis. Despite his accomplishments and contributions he makes to the success of the Mets on the field, his away-from-the-ballpark life seems to constantly caused hand-wringing and consternation among Mets brass and the team’s fans. Just a few weeks […] The post Matt Harvey refuses...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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