Harvey (1-1) earned the win Tuesday after holding the Marlins to three runs on eight hits and no walks while striking out four over five innings. It wasn't the cleanest win, but it was a victory nonetheless. Harvey scattered a season-worst eight hits on the night, but managed to limit the damage while keeping his command in check, not walking any batters for the first time this year. To top it off, the 32-year-old finally ended his winless streak dating back to 2019. Harvey will look to keep things rolling when he takes the mound at home Sunday against Oakland.
Harvey allowed two earned runs on three hits while striking out three and walking one across 4.2 innings in the first game of Thursday's doubleheader against the Mariners. He did not factor into the decision. Harvey held the Mariners scoreless through four innings, but he struggled in his final frame. After earning the first two outs without trouble, he surrendered a single and a home run, then let another runner reach base before getting the hook. Overall, it was a relatively promising outing for Harvey despite his inability to work deep into the contest, and he owns a 5.02 ERA with a 12:3 K:BB across 14.1 innings this season.
Harvey's scheduled start Wednesday was postponed and he will start Game 1 of a Thursday doubleheader against the Mariners, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports. He will get an extra day of rest and could have an easier time securing a win in a seven-inning game than in a nine-inning affair. Bruce Zimmerman starts the nightcap for Baltimore.
Harvey (0-1) allowed four earned runs on seven hits and a walk while striking out five across five innings to take the loss Thursday against the Red Sox. Harvey ran into immediate trouble, surrendering a two-run homer to Rafael Devers in the first inning. However, he settled in from there and wasn't charged with any additional runs until he allowed two hitters to reach base in the sixth inning; they came around to score after he was pulled. Harvey has now allowed six earned runs across 9.2 innings while posting a 9:2 K:BB across his two starts. He's projected to draw his next start Wednesday against Seattle.
Harvey allowed two runs in 4.2 innings Saturday against Boston, striking out four while giving up six hits and a walk. It was far from a dominant outing for the 32-year-old, but it was an encouraging one nonetheless for a pitcher who's struggled to a 6.09 ERA over the last four seasons. He was pulled one out shy of being eligible for a win after allowing three baserunners and one run in the fifth inning. He faced the minimum just once, but the performance still exceeded the low standard he's set in recent seasons and did nothing to suggest that he's about to lose his rotation role.
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