It is difficult to imagine that Matt Harvey would have any type of a trade market this season. Even though the Baltimore Orioles continue to send him to the mound every fifth day, he has been a disaster, leading the American League in losses and leading the majors in earned runs. Nonetheless, the Orioles continue to hold out hope that maybe, just maybe, Harvey can find his way once again.
On a hot and humid Father’s Day afternoon at Camden Yards, Orioles starter Matt Harvey was showing plus velocity from the get-go — topping out at 97 mph on his four-seamer — with a crisp slider as well. It was a promising sign because the Orioles and Harvey desperately needed a good outing after his recent struggles.
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Trey Mancini homers twice to reach 100, but Matt Harvey can’t get past the fifth as Orioles lose to Blue Jays, 7-4, to drop series
Matt Harvey entered Sunday’s fifth inning poised to avoid what would’ve been his first outing in nearly two months that he couldn’t describe using an expletive or the term “unacceptable.” He avoided those descriptors Sunday, but the Toronto Blue Jays’ fifth-inning rally left the veteran Orioles right-hander with more of the same in a 7-4 loss in front of a season-high crowd of 14,917 on ...
Harvey (3-9) allowed four runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out four in 4.1 innings to take the loss against the Blue Jays on Sunday. Harvey's rough stretch continued Sunday, as he's now been charged with eight losses across his last nine starts. He's given up at least four runs in each of those eight losses. The right-hander began Sunday's game by tossing four scoreless innings, but he allowed five hits and issued a walk before in the fifth inning prior to his removal. Harvey now carries a 7.80 ERA this year, and he tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Toronto on Friday.
After another disappointing start on Tuesday, are Matt Harvey’s days in the Baltimore Orioles’ rotation numbered?. On Tuesday, the Baltimore Orioles suffered a 7-2 loss on the road against the Cleveland Indians, giving the team an AL-worst 22-44 record on the season and their seventh loss in their last 10 games. Pitching to begin the game for the O’s was Matt Harvey, who allowed five earned runs in what was yet another rough outing for the veteran right-hander.
It’s back on the field tonight for the Orioles for the second game of a four-game series at Cleveland. The Orioles are winless on this road trip, have lost five in a row overall and 16 straight road games since winning at Seattle on May 6 when John Means pitched a no-hitter.
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Matt Harvey was authoring a heartwarming redemption story when he arrived at Citi Field on May 12. The 32-year-old Orioles starter received multiple standing ovations from Mets fans, forgiving Harvey’s rocky exit to embrace the flame-throwing memories he provided in his early days with the franchise. Harvey entered that game with a respectable 3.60 ERA, but that might have been the high point of the feel-good story.
Matt Harvey conducted an act of verbal self-flagellation following his latest horrific outing Wednesday in the Baltimore Orioles’ 14-1 blowout loss to the New York Mets. As has been the case over the past month following a respectable start to a season in which it seemed he was poised for a potential career resurrection, Harvey was lit up in his start Wednesday against his former team, surrendering seven runs on eight hits in three innings before an early exit.
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BALTIMORE — If Matt Harvey’s career is finished sooner rather than later, his two starts against the Mets this season will likely have helped deliver the knockout punch. Last month, the Mets took batting practice against the former Dark Knight over 4 ¹/₃ innings, and Wednesday night the bash session was condensed even further. The Mets hammered their one-time ace for seven earned runs over three innings in a 14-1 victory over the Orioles at Camden Yards.
BALTIMORE — With a second absolute thumping at the hands of his former club, former New York Mets star Matt Harvey has reached the part of his comeback attempt where he's come all the way back down to earth. Harvey allowed half the damage in a 14-1 Baltimore Orioles loss...
BALTIMORE (AP) — After a blowout win fueled largely by role players, New York Mets manager Luis Rojas took stock of his division-leading team. “You couldn’t be any more proud,” he said. “Every single guy that’s put on the Mets’ uni has just helped us along the way.”. Kevin Pillar...
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BALTIMORE — Matt Harvey’s season turned south beginning with his return to Citi Field last month, but the former Dark Knight will receive a shot at redemption against the Mets on Wednesday. On May 12 — in his first appearance at Citi since was traded by the Mets in 2018...
It’s Revenge of the Dark Knight, Part Two. Baltimore Orioles right-hander Matt Harvey will take the mound against the New York Mets for the second time this season in the finale of a two-game series Wednesday at Camden Yards. The Mets will look to beat the one-time All-Star and Cy...
Baltimore right-hander Matt Harvey faces his former team for the second time in less than a month when the Orioles host the New York Mets in the conclusion of a two-game series on Wednesday. The Orioles, who routed the Mets 10-3 on Tuesday, have won five of six. Harvey (3-6,...