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Giants have shown interest in Matt Harvey [report]

Giants have shown interest in Matt Harvey [report]

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"We've tried to find some other solution over a fairly long period of time", said Alderson, who was hired by the Mets in October 2010. However, according to a report from Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Mets are confident they will be able to trade the former All-Star. He ascended rapidly through the minor leagues, making his big league debut in 2012 at age 23. He pitched to a 6.70 ERA in 2017, missing a long chunk of the season with injury. He went 9-5 with a 2.27 ERA, a 0.93 WHIP and a 9.6 K/9.

If Harvey did end up landing with the Yankees, he would simply be moving across town. "In the bullpen a pitcher tends to focus on 2 pitches to get back to the rotation".

It's been a whirlwind of emotions for Matt Harvey over the last few years.

Alderson, assistant GM John Ricco, manager Mickey Callaway and pitching coach Dave Eiland met with Harvey at 3:15 p.m. ET Friday and asked him to consider an assignment to the minors.

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The question is, if you are a Mets fan how will you remember Harvey's time in N.Y.? Luckily everything came back negative and Cespedes was in the lineup for Monday's game. Since that's not going to happen he's made his window to fix things much smaller.

Mental makeup issues will dominate the Matt Harvey story, but poor health led him where he is today. Mets' general manager Sandy Alderson was quoted in the article saying that there are "people out there who are willing to take a shot on Matt Harvey".

Additionally, he is an avid partier and has let his personal life impact his performance on the field. It's tough to call him "a bust".

So in short we have a pitcher boasting a 7.00 ERA and an attitude problem.

Henry Schulman, the Giants beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, say the Giants could be interested in Harvey with both Madison Bumgarner and Johnny Cueto out. He started just 17 times in 2016, and underwent an operation to alleviate his thoracic outlet syndrome - a condition known to derail many a pitcher's career.