• Mets' Harvey tosses 7 shutout innings in win

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Apr 4, 2013
    Harvey struck out 10 and held the Padres to one hit over seven innings, leading the Mets to an 8-4 victory and a 2-0 record. Let Matt Harvey make one thing clear: "In my mind," Harvey said after shutting down the Padres in frigid weather Wednesday, "a jacket doesn't belong on a baseball field." "I like to play baseball, and, in my mind, a jacket doesn't belong on the baseball field," Harvey said. But Harvey, who was born and raised in eastern Connecticut, says he pitches in three-quarter-length sleeves regardless of the conditions and always, always shuns jackets. For weeks and months, he waited for such a moment to unfold a moment such as Wednesday night, when he pushed aside a wintery cold to submit one of the most impressive pitching performances in recent franchise history.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Harvey: 'A jacket doesn't belong on a baseball field'

      Let Matt Harvey make one thing clear: "In my mind," Harvey said after shutting down the Padres in frigid weather Wednesday, "a jacket doesn't belong on a baseball field."
      Source: MLB.com
    • Matt Harvey braves, and thrives in, elements to lead NY Mets in win over Padres

      It was a frigid and blustery night at Citi Field, the sort of miserable conditions you would never wish on the few, loyal souls who actually sat through this Met game against the Padres. Or on a starting pitcher.
    • Harvey's 10 K's help pace Mets past Padres

      Starter Matt Harvey logged seven scoreless innings with 10 strikeouts, while Lucas Duda, John Buck and Ike Davis all smacked two-run homers in the Mets' 8-4 win over the Padres on Wednesday at frigid Citi Field.
      Source: MLB.com

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