Doug Harvey, the respected Hall of Fame umpire who earned the nicknamed “God” over the course of his long career, died Saturday at age 87. Harvey’s wife, Joy, confirmed the news to Barry M. Bloom of MLB.com on Sunday. “Doug Harvey demonstrated exceptional character during a distinguished umpiring career, and was universally respected in baseball,” […]
ESPN News Services NEW YORK — The New York Mets have reached one-year deals with starters Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey and settled with five other players. Relievers Jeurys Familia, AJ Ramos and Hansel Robles, catcher Travis d'Arnaud and infielder Wilmer Flores also agreed Friday
The Mets have avoided arbitration with six of their eligible players, reportedly agreeing to 2018 contracts with Jacob deGrom, Travis d’Arnaud, Wilmer Flores, Matt Harvey, Hansel Robles and Noah Syndergaard.
The Mets and Matt Harvey avoided arbitration on Friday with an agreement on a one-year, $5.625 contract for the 2018 season, a source confirmed to the Daily News. After a 2017 season marred by injury, a team-mandated suspension and poor pitching when he was on the mound, Harvey will be back for a sixth
Matt Harvey rumors may have pervaded the Dolphin Hotel’s lobby floor this week, but general manager Sandy Alderson on Tuesday painted a less freewheeling picture of the Mets’ interest in moving the former All-Star starter.
The past two seasons may have dented Matt Harvey’s reputation as one of the game’s top pitchers. But they have not erased rival teams’ interest in his services.
Here are the latest on MLB rumors, possible trade talks and free agency transactions.
Baseball's flurry of offseason activity has finally arrived! After a slow start to the offseason, business picked up as the 2017 Major League Baseball Winter Meetings converged in Orlando, Florida. As the rest of the sport picks its collective jaw up off the ground after the Yankees pulled off a
ESPN The New York Mets have talked to at least two teams about trading right-hander Matt Harvey this offseason, according to a report in the New York Daily News. According to the report, the Mets are looking to move Harvey for a reliever. On Sunday, the first night of the annual MLB Winter Meetings,
There might not be a Dark Knight sequel in the Big Apple. The New York Mets have held trade discussions with at least two teams about right-hander Matt Harvey, multiple sources confirmed to Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News. “They are willing to move him,” one source said. “They said they wanted to […]
It may be impossible to predict what Matt Harvey will do in 2018, save for this: whatever he does, Harvey will do it for the Mets. The club tendered all nine of its arbitration-eligible players contracts on Friday, including Harvey, who is coming off his worst season as a professional.