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7 months agoLos Angeles Angels starting pitcher Matt Harvey was averaging a career-high 96.6 mph in 2015 with the Mets, but his heater had dropped down to a career-low 92.6 mph early last season. However, after he was traded to the Reds in May, Harvey started to recover some of his velocity and his average fastball velocity jumped back up to 94.3 mph. The pitcher formerly called the Dark Knight also had lost a lot of spin rate on his four-seam fastball and opposing hitters were making a lot more contact against it. As a result, the right-hander used his four-seamer less and his two-seamer more. Harvey generated a season-high 63.2 percent ground-ball rate on his two-seamer in September of last year. He also showed improved spin rate on his curveball as the year progressed with the Reds. If he uses his curveball and two-seamer more and keeps the ball down, Harvey could bounce back in his first season with the Angels, but most fantasy owners are avoiding him in mixed leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - David Adler

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