New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey was taken out of Sunday night’s game after five innings. He didn’t seem too pleased afterwards.
By Robby Sabo
So let me get this straight.
Get it? I certainly don’t.
In Sunday night’s rubber game against the New York Yankees in the 2015 Subway Series, Harvey pitched a stellar five-innings. He allowed no runs and only one hit while striking out seven Yankees.
When Terry Collins removed him from the game after the fifth-inning, Harvey was visibly upset in the dugout. It just doesn’t make sense after he and his agent were the ones who brought up the entire 180-inning controversy to begin with.
The bulldog likable version of Harvey is now officially gone. This is a diva action through and through.
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