Angels' Matt Harvey: Blasted by Rangers
The right-hander was shelled in this contest, giving up five runs in the first inning and eight on the evening, ballooning his ERA to 9.00 and WHIP to 1.90 through his first two starts of the season. It was a disappointing follow-up effort, as Harvey had a solid line in his first outing, going six innings and giving up two earned runs against Oakland. He'll look to get on track when he takes the mound in his next start against the Brewers on Tuesday, but this performance should put a healthy damper on any hopes that a change of scenery could potentially spearhead the one-time Mets ace to finding his old form.
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