@MattHarvey33 arrives at Tradition Field today #mets #psl @SNYtv pic.twitter.com/XcMGQCqDh8
— Teddy Aviles (@TeddyAviles) February 12, 2017
New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey has arrived to spring training camp in Port St Lucie to get some work in and get ready for a healthy 2017.
New York Mets once ace Matt Harvey has made his way back from thoracic outlet syndrome and has arrived to spring training camp with aspirations of a healthy 2017 campaign.
At this point, it is highly uncertain for the New York Mets for they should expect from the “Dark Knight” following such a serious injury, much like David Wright‘s case.
Before hitting the disabled list in 2016, Harvey was a shell of his former self. In 17 starts, the right-hander went 4-10 with a 4.86 ERA, leaving him to be the weakest link in what was a dominant Mets rotation.
This is not the first time Harvey had to rehab a major injury, he missed all of the 2014 season due to Tommy John surgery and returned in 2015 to his ace-like form.
Only time will tell how Harvey is able to recover from yet another setback and potentially return to his ace form for the Metropolitans.