Matt Harvey

Harvey Makes Biggest Start Of Career Tonight

July 16, 2012 // 0 Comments

Tonight at 7:05, Matt Harvey will make possibly the most important start in his pro career up until this point. Facing the Toledo Mud Hens on SNY, Harvey will look to impress and earn the call up to Flushing. Terry Collins has basically narrowed down the possible candidates to take Dillon [...]

Morning Mets Links: 7.16.12

July 16, 2012 // 2 Comments

News: Mets outfielder Lucas Duda to be examined for hamstring tightness- Mets continue to search for bullpen help, backup catcher- Wheeler dominates, goes the distance- TC praises Wheeler … but says no way- ESPN New York Opinion: The Sound and the Fury: The fall [...]

Morning Mets Links: 7.15.12

July 15, 2012 // 0 Comments

News: Zack Wheeler could pitch in big leagues in 2012- Bay return close; Baxter to begin rehab- ESPN New York Duda has a hamstring problem, to lose playing time- Batista or Harvey could be Mets’ fifth starter- Mets may target Kelly Shoppach- CBS Sports [...]

Morning Mets Links: 7.12.12

July 12, 2012 // 0 Comments

News: Source: Gee to undergo surgery Friday- ESPN New York Edgin to realize dream of reaching Majors on Friday- Padres’ Street would reconcile with Geren if dealt to Mets- New York Post McCullough: Mets don’t feel Harvey is ready to “thrive” in MLB- Opinion: Mets [...]

Keeping 2012 In Perspective

July 11, 2012 // 8 Comments

Dillon Gee went on the DL yesterday with a blood clot in his right shoulder. Depending on the severity, he could be out anywhere from two weeks to over a month. So today, Terry Collins had to make an adjustment to the rotation. He had two choices: Miguel Batista or Matt Harvey. He made the [...]

Sickels: Wheeler Is 13th-Best Prospect In Baseball

July 2, 2012 // 0 Comments

John Sickels, the minor league guru at Minor League Ball came out with his mid-season top 120 prospects this morning and a few Mets appeared on the list. Zack Wheeler, who was 36th in his previous list, is now 13th. Wheler is having an excellent season with Binghamton, going 7-4 with a 2.74 ERA in [...]

Sandy Alderson is Handling the System the Right Way

May 25, 2012 // 0 Comments

During last night’s rain delay, Sandy Alderson came up to the SNY booth to talk to Gary Keith and Ron in an extensive and interesting interview. Sandy talked about a variety of things- the team’s lack of offense, the David Wright rumors, as well as Ike Davis‘ struggles at the [...]
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