|May 20 3:44 PM PT4:44 PM MT5:44 PM CT6:44 PM ET18:44 ET22:44 GMT6:44 3:44 PM MST5:44 PM EST6:14 PM VEN2:44 UAE (+1)5:44 PM CT-Harvey will make his next scheduled start for the New York Mets on Tuesday at Washington.
Analysis: Following the shortest outing of his career Thursday night in a 9-1 loss to the Nationals, the Mets left open the possibility of skipping Harvey's upcoming turn in the rotation. But in a meeting with staff members Friday, manager Terry Collins said, Harvey (3-6, 5.77 ERA) insisted he wants to fight through his problems on the mound. The right-hander gave up nine runs - six earned - in 2 2/3 innings against Washington.
|May 14 12:01 PM PT1:01 PM MT2:01 PM CT3:01 PM ET15:01 ET19:01 GMT3:01 12:01 PM MST2:01 PM EST2:31 PM VEN23:01 UAE2:01 PM CT-Harvey fell to 3-5 on Friday.
Analysis: Harvey didn't have his typical command as he allowed five runs and a season-high 11 hits in 5 2/3 innings. What's more, his scoreless string against the Rockies was halted at 22 straight innings.
|Apr. 28 3:27 PM PT4:27 PM MT5:27 PM CT6:27 PM ET18:27 ET22:27 GMT6:27 3:27 PM MST5:27 PM EST5:57 PM VEN2:27 UAE (+1)5:27 PM CT-Harvey earned his second straight win with a 5-2 victory against Cincinnati on Wednesday.
Analysis: Harvey (2-3, 4.76 ERA) gave up two runs in six innings while fanning a season-high seven.
|Apr. 23 3:53 PM PT4:53 PM MT5:53 PM CT6:53 PM ET18:53 ET22:53 GMT6:53 3:53 PM MST5:53 PM EST6:23 PM VEN2:53 UAE (+1)5:53 PM CT-Harvey picked up his first win on Friday.
Analysis: He held the Braves to two runs and seven hits in five innings while walking one and striking out five.
|Apr. 11 3:14 PM PT4:14 PM MT5:14 PM CT6:14 PM ET18:14 ET22:14 GMT6:14 3:14 PM MST5:14 PM EST5:44 PM VEN2:14 UAE (+1)5:14 PM CT-Harvey dropped his second straight decision to open the season on Sunday, this time against the lowly Philadelphia Phillies.
Analysis: He gave up a two-run home run in the sixth inning and was pulled after the inning. He finished with three runs and six hits allowed while walking two and striking out three.
|Apr. 4 9:33 PM PT10:33 PM MT11:33 PM CT12:33 AM ET0:33 ET4:33 GMT12:33 9:33 PM MST11:33 PM EST12:03 AM VEN8:33 UAE11:33 PM CT-Harvey lost to the World Series champions on opening night.
Analysis: Harvey allowed four runs - three earned - on eight hits and two walks in 5 2-3 innings for New York. He'll face the Phils or Marlins in his next outing.
|Mar. 29 9:57 AM PT10:57 AM MT11:57 AM CT12:57 PM ET12:57 ET16:57 GMT0:57 9:57 AM MST11:57 AM EST12:27 PM VEN20:57 UAE11:57 AM CT-Harvey remains on track to start Sunday night's opener at Kansas City after passing a blood clot in his bladder.
Analysis: He started to feel discomfort Sunday and said it worsened through the night. Harvey reported the issue to Mets staff on Monday and he was the lone player not to travel to Jupiter, Florida, for an exhibition game against St. Louis. Harvey, who had a bandage on his right hand and a hospital bracelet on his left wrist, said he will not have to undergo further tests or procedures.
|Mar. 28 12:27 PM PT1:27 PM MT2:27 PM CT3:27 PM ET15:27 ET19:27 GMT3:27 12:27 PM MST2:27 PM EST2:57 PM VEN23:27 UAE2:27 PM CT-Harvey did not travel with the rest of the team to Jupiter, Florida, on Monday because of what the team said was a ''non-orthopedic doctor's appointment.''
Analysis: Harvey returned last year from Tommy John surgery, performed in 2013 by Dr. James Andrews.
|Mar. 17 9:36 AM PT10:36 AM MT11:36 AM CT12:36 PM ET12:36 ET16:36 GMT0:36 9:36 AM MST11:36 AM EST12:06 PM VEN20:36 UAE10:36 AM CT-The New York Mets have named their opening day starter _ Harvey, who will get another shot at the World Series champion Kansas City Royals.
Analysis: Manager Terry Collins announced the decision Thursday for the April 3 game. He said, "Matt's the guy, deservedly so." Harvey called it a "huge honor." Harvey started Games 1 and 5 against the Royals in the World Series last year. The Mets lost both games in extra innings.