As it stated in “In the second inning, he just lost a feel for his command.”
“I threw some good ones and threw some bad ones,” Harvey said.
“I think the biggest thing for me was going out there and kind of having the feel of my arm and my stuff,” Harvey said.
Harvey didn’t dazzle and he didn’t dominate, but he didn’t pitch terrible for someone who hasn’t pitched since July 4.
Harvey feels good mentally and physically and he’s ready for the next step.
as informed in PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for: Matt Harvey will take the mound for the first time since July.
All accounts of Harvey and mound sessions have been positive so far in spring training.
Harvey will face right-hander St. Louis Mike Leake on Sunday at First Data Field, at 1:10 p.m., ET.
Harvey is pitching with little, if any restrictions, and there’s been no pain or setbacks reported.
Steven Matz said he’s seen the ball coming out of Harvey’s hand and knows what he’s capable of.
Mets’ Matt Harvey excited to get back on the mound for first time since July 4
as informed in Show More email twitterPORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.Two years ago, almost to the day, Matt Harvey pitched the most anticipated Grapefruit League game in Mets history.
“I think he’s become a better teammate, and a better person in a lot of ways.
But rather than presume that, we’re going to watch like everyone else.”Everyone will be watching Sunday because Harvey is on the mound.
The Mets hope this Harvey 3.0 pitches a lot like the All-Star version from 2013.
“I think his confidence is where it should be, where Matt Harvey generally is,” Warthen said.
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