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Matt Harvey

Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 28 (1989-03-27)
Ht / Wt: 6'4" / 215 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot


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Recent Update

5/23:New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey once again didn’t have the best of nights, but at least he picked up his third win of the season Tuesday. In a 9-3 win over the Padres, Harvey surrendered two earned runs on three hits and four walks over five innings pitched with six strikeouts. His bottom line looked good, but he didn’t pass the eye test. He never quite seemed comfortable on the mound and was awfully erratic once again. Still, one can only hope this was a slight step in the right direction for the Dark Knight. Harvey has what should be a plus matchup in Pittsburgh on Sunday, but then again, at this point nothing is a guaranteed plus matchup for him.--Andrew Bua - RotoBaller

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5/24vs. SDTBDTBDHomeMostly Cloudy86$8,200$6,500Upgrade

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Recent Game Logs

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats


Historical Split Stats

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
vs. L32.22545103.863.031.0741.1012.402.764.5025.9.284.289
vs. R26.21725161.353.621.2410.348.445.401.568.2.239.275
vs. L92.257105162.141.610.7920.1910.201.556.5625.8.249.204
vs. R85.27886152.422.431.0950.539.041.585.7320.6.309.269
vs. L91.17896263.154.151.14151.489.462.563.6918.6.267.295
vs. R98.07892112.302.020.9130.288.451.018.3621.4.277.237
vs. L47.26139165.293.671.6240.767.363.022.4410.8.373.365
vs. R45.0503794.403.261.3140.807.401.804.1114.8.331.313
vs. L22.22317156.356.521.6851.996.755.961.
vs. R27.22520114.555.711.3061.956.513.581.827.8.244.336

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ADP Arbitrage Comparables

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @AdamRubinMedia: Klapisch: Harvey still looking for that extra gear via @northjersey
  • @AdamRubinMedia: Lennon: Mets need more from Matt Harvey via @Newsday
  • @AdamRubinMedia: 'Shaky' Matt Harvey picks up a win, thanks to Conforto show via @nypostsports
  • @Metstradamus: Hansel’s Off On a Turnaround, Harvey Hides High Above The Clouds via @sportsdailyblog and @metstradamus
  • @MarcCarig: RT @NewsdaySports: The Mets' bats impressed in a win over the Padres, but Matt Harvey did not: via @MarcCarig https…
  • @NYPost_Mets: Matt Harvey won ugly and Michael Conforto swung pretty:
  • @AnthonyDiComo: "A little shaky," is how Matt Harvey described his first win since April 11:
  • @MarcCarig: TC and Harvey will surely do some verbal gymnastics to discuss this start in positive terms — even though he wasn’t very good.
  • @MarcCarig: Pitch 103 from Harvey is a called strike. He is in line for the W. Remarkably, just 2 runs on 3 hits.
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Matt Harvey gets through five innings on 103 pitches, putting him in line for the win. The Mets lead the Padres, 8-2.
  • @MarcCarig: If anybody deserves a cheap ass W it’s Matt Harvey, who’s had a bunch of great starts in the past go down as no decisions or losses.
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Matt Harvey walked 31 batters his ENTIRE 2013 All-Star season. He has walked 26 batters in 49 1/3 innings this year. #Mets
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Matt Harvey managed to escape the third inning, but not before upping his pitch count to 62. He's far from a lock to be the winning pitcher.
  • @MarcCarig: Matt Harvey: 60 pitches, 32 strikes.
  • @MarcCarig: Hard to see how Harvey or Collins can slap a smiley face over this outing.
  • @MarcCarig: That’s Warthen’s second mound visit of the game. Harvey incapable of throwing strikes against a putrid lineup. 51 pitches, 26 strikes.
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Matt Harvey really struggling against what is, objectively, the worst offense in MLB. Dead last in AVG, OBP and runs per game.
  • @MarcCarig: Groans in the crowd as Harvey issues his second walk of the frame.
  • @NYPost_Mets: Matt Harvey likes to slog, evidently.
  • @MarcCarig: Matt Harvey walked the mop-up man.
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Staked to a 7-0 lead, Matt Harvey opens the second by allowing a four-pitch walk and a 111-laser double off the center field wall. It's 7-1.
  • @MarcCarig: With a 7-0 lead, Matt Harvey walks the first guy he sees in the 2nd on 4 pitches.
  • @NYPost_Mets: Good start for Harvey: Perfect first, fastball sitting 94-96, got Myers to fly out on a good slider.
  • @MarcCarig: Harvey retires the side in order.
  • @AnthonyDiComo: Matt Harvey throws three straight balls to open tonight's game, then battles back to retire the side in order. One strikeout. #Mets

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Mets Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Amed Rosario (SS)
  2. Dominic Smith (1B)
  3. Gavin Cecchini (SS)
  4. Justin Dunn (SP)
  5. Brandon Nimmo (OF)
  6. T.J. Rivera (2B/3B)
  7. Desmond Lindsay (OF)
  8. Luis Carpio (SS)
  9. Robert Gsellman (SP)
  10. Marcos Molina (SP)

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