Schwei’s Mets Notes: Colon Experiences Some Tough Luck, Pierzynski Owns Harvey And MoreAfter winning both of their games against the defending World Series champion Kansas City Royals, the New York Mets could only get two wins in their four-game series against the last-place Atlanta Braves.
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Schwei’s Mets Notes: Harvey's Hard Luck, A Rare Late Rally And MoreThe New York Mets recovered from a pair of disappointing losses to the White Sox last week with two straight wins against the Marlins before running into the hottest starting pitcher in the baseball.
Fernandez Outduels Harvey As Marlins Shut Out Mets 1-0Jose Fernandez matched his career high with 14 strikeouts and won a pitching duel against Matt Harvey as the Miami Marlins defeated the New York Mets 1-0 on Sunday afternoon at Marlins Park.
5 Things Matt Harvey May Have Done To Help Improve His PitchingMatt Harvey finally looked like his old self Monday, tossing seven scoreless innings in a win over the Chicago White Sox.
LISTEN: Francesa Talks '86 Mets Ceremony TV Blackout, Syndergaard Ejection, Harvey WinWFAN's Mike Francesa devoted much of his opening segment Tuesday to discussing the wild weekend at Citi Field.
Kallet: For One Day, Mets' Harvey Was That Impressive Guy AgainThis past Thursday, two days after he was lit up by the Nationals for five runs and eight hits, I wrote that it’s hard to feel bad for Matt Harvey. And I stand by it.
Palladino: Consoling Words Do Mets' Harvey More Harm Than GoodFrom the Mets greats of 30 years ago to his current manager and teammates, everybody seems to want to help Matt Harvey get out of his terrible slump.
Kallet: While He's At Rock-Bottom, Don't Feel Sorry For Mets' HarveyThe Mets are gutting out key wins with a depleted roster and holes all over the place, but all the talk remains centered on ... Matt Harvey.
Francesa: How Much Longer Can Mets Stick With Harvey When He Gives You 'A Game You Can't Win'?Mets manager Terry Collins announced earlier in the day the struggling right-hander will make his next scheduled start Monday against the White Sox.
Mets' Harvey Will Make Next Scheduled StartIn a 7-4 loss to the Nationals on Tuesday, he allowed five runs on eight hits, including three homers, over five innings.
Rough Stretch Continues For Harvey As Mets Fall To Nats 7-4Pitching coach Mike Maddux walked slowly to the mound, then was surrounded by his infielders as he talked to right-hander Stephen Strasburg in the top of the seventh inning.

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