• As Harvey approaches limit, Mets consider options

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Aug 27, 2013
    I've never been through this before," Harvey said on Saturday. The Mets officially placed Harvey on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday. Because the tear is a partial one, Harvey and the Mets retain hope that he will be able to avoid surgery. In a devastating blow to the New York Mets, right-hander Matt Harvey has been diagnosed with a partially torn ulna collateral ligament in his pitching elbow, the team announced Monday. While the Mets righthander is thus far the only All-Star to be knocked out for the se...
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    • Harvey tweets he plans to be back April 1

      A day after learning he has a partially ligament in his pitching elbow, New York Mets ace Matt Harvey indicated he planned to bypass Tommy John surgery and pitch next season.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Matt Harvey says he’ll be ready for opening day next season

      While baseball pundits around the land are talking about whether injured New York Mets ace Matt Harvey will need Tommy John surgery to fix the partial tear of the UCL in his right elbow, Harvey himself told the world on Tuesday that he'll be ready for n…
    • Mets waited to send Matt Harvey for MRI, but injury possibly inevitable

      The cruel reality is that there is no sure way of predicting or preventing injuries to young pitchers, no matter how much baseball people obsess over innings limits these days. It’s just that Matt Harvey had an aura about him that made you think he woul…

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