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New York Mets are at odds with starting pitcher Matt Harvey

10 May 2017

The Dark Knight will not go quietly into the night. Heyman is reporting that the right-hander is filing a grievance against the Mets over the unpaid suspension.

Apparently the need for a quality start was not enough for the Mets to ignore on Harvey's absence on Saturday.

Harvey reportedly sees it as a miscommunication, sources told FanRag Sports.

The latest suspension comes at a bad time with Harvey coming off two of the worst starts of his career.

Wilk was hammered by the Marlins, giving up six runs (five earned) on eight hits over 3 2/3 innings. Manager Don Mattingly didn't say which hamstring was ailing Yelich but said he felt a little tightness while warming up for Friday's game, when Yelich went 1-for-3 in the Marlins' 8-7 loss.

Mets manager Terry Collins referenced the prank in his pregame news conference. "(Rivera) has been excellent over the last week or so and with (Wilmer) Flores back and Duda back shortly we think we're covered".

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"We have to understand we're employees, (you) have to come do your job every day", Jose Reyes said. "So we hope to put it behind us and move forward".

Matt Harvey has been suspended by the New York Mets. They are getting crushed by injuries, as stars such as Yoenis Cespedes and Noah Syndergaard headline their disabled list. Harvey, nicknamed the Dark Knight, is in danger of falling permanently out-of-favor with the Mets. It is just different now, and simply makes us take a closer look at the reality of a former phenom who is 28 years old, who has only pitched one full season in the big leagues, winning 13 games the year he did, with a lifetime record of 31-30.

Right-hander Dan Straily was lifted after 5 1/3 no-hit innings against the Mets on April 16, when NY didn't get its first hit until the eighth, and right-hander Wei-Yin Chen exited after seven no-hit innings against the Seattle Mariners two days later, when the Mariners finally got a hit in the ninth.

Had Urena gotten through the sixth inning unscathed, Mattingly nearly surely would have had to pull a pitcher with a no-hitter intact for the third time this season.

NY is coming off a weekend in which star pitcher Noah Syndergaard was put on the 60-day disabled list because of a torn latissimus dorsi muscle and the team was embarrassed when it tweeted a photo of T.J. Rivera wearing the star-of-the-game crown in the clubhouse, which included a clearly visible sex toy in backup catcher Kevin Plawecki's locker.