Observations From Another Spectacular Matt Harvey Performance
Matt Harvey might be too good, ruining careers and such. Chill out, bro.
Matt Harvey delivered another beautiful performance this Sunday, throwing seven scoreless innings and fanning 10 on the way to a 5-0 Mets victory. Harvey improved to 8-2 with a 2.23 ERA and 157 K’s on the year and added Cliff Lee to the list of All Star pitchers he has out-dueled this summer. The rugged young Mets ace made his 30th career start and broke several longtime Mets pitching records. Harvey now has a 2.38 career ERA, the franchise record through 30 games (which formerly belonged to Mets great Jerry Koosman who held a 2.39 ERA). On a day when another former great Mets pitcher, Doc Gooden, was honored with a bobblehead giveaway, Harvey continued building the legend of wunderkind Mets pitchers. It was a great day for baseball at Citi Field. Here are some observations from Harvey’s spectacular performance and another win for the suddenly hot Mets:
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