Matt Harvey

#33 SP / L.A. Angels / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 lb Age: 30 College: North Carolina Bats/Throws -/-

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Implodes against Twins

      Matt Harvey (2-4) completed only 2.2 innings and gave up eight runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out one in a losing effort against Minnesota on Thursday.After throwing a scoreless first inning, Harvey was tagged for six runs in the second and two more in the third. He served up four homers in the game and has now allowed 11 on the season. With the poor outing, his season ERA rose from an ugly 6.35 to a downright hideous 7.50. Harvey had appeared to be turning things around of late, giving up only two earned runs in each of his previous two starts, but this effort highlights how far removed he is from his days of being a rising star. He'll try to right the ship when he faces Oakland in his next start Tuesday.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Start pushed due to postponment

      Matt Harvey won't make his scheduled start Wednesday since the game was postponed due to unplayable field conditions, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.It was no longer raining when the game was scheduled to start, but the rain during the afternoon left the field unplayable. The game will be made up Thursday afternoon, so Harvey should simply pitch with an additional day of rest.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Fans six in win

      Matt Harvey (2-3) earned the win Friday against the Royals after allowing two runs on four hits with four walks and six strikeouts over five innings.Harvey carried a 9.64 ERA into Friday's matchup against the Royals but proved he had better stuff than the numbers suggested. The 30-year-old cruised early on, retiring eight of his first nine batters before running into temporary trouble in the third with a pair of two-out singles. He managed to work his way out of impending jams to earn his second win of the season -- both against the Royals. Although the right-hander has fanned just 34 batters over 45.1 innings this year, his strikeout rate is on the rise with 18 K's over his last 20.2 innings. He'll carry a 6.25 ERA and 1.43 WHIP into his next showdown against the Twins.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Strikes out six in no-decision

      Matt Harvey permitted two runs on five hits and two walks in four innings, striking out six as the Los Angeles Angels eventually defeated the Orioles on Saturday.Staked to a two-run lead, Harvey was touched for a two-run shot by Dwight Smith Jr. in the bottom of the first inning for his only runs allowed. However, it took him 93 pitches to complete four innings, and he was replaced to start the fifth frame. The 30-year-old righty's ERA (6.69) and WHIP (1.41), and he'll try to bounce back against the Royals at home on Friday.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Chased in fifth inning

      Matt Harvey (1-3) yielded five runs on five hits and a walk across 4.2 innings, striking out one batter and taking the loss to Houston on Sunday.Harvey coughed up a two-run shot to Carlos Correa in the second inning for the only runs to score while he was on the mound. However, he loaded the bases before he was removed in the fifth inning. Cam Bedrosian would get tagged with an Alex Bregman grand slam, charging three of those runs to Harvey. The 30-year-old righty's ERA jumped to 6.94 across 36.1 innings in 2019. Harvey will try to get back on track against the Orioles on Saturday.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Goes seven innings in win

      Matt Harvey (1-2) gave up one run on two hits with three walks while striking out five through seven innings in a win over the Royals on Sunday.Harvey delivered his second consecutive quality start in his longest start of the season. While the free passes continue be a problem, the right-hander was efficient enough to last seven innings with only 95 pitches. The 30-year-old has a 6.54 ERA with a 21:13 K:BB through six starts this season. Harvey will make his next start Sunday against the Astros.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Throws quality start

      Matt Harvey didn't factor into the decision against the Yankees on Monday, giving up two earned runs on three hits over six innings, striking out two and walking two as the Los Angeles Angels fell 4-3 in extra innings.The right-hander was struggling with a 9.84 ERA coming into this contest, but he tossed a quality start in Monday's extra-innings defeat for the Angels, as he held the Yankees to two earned before exiting after throwing 83 pitches. It was a nice rebound effort, but the veteran's early-season struggles still leave his ERA at a bloated 8.03 to go along with a 1.58 WHIP over 24.2 innings.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Gives up four runs

      Matt Harvey (0-2) gave up four earned runs on five hits with one walk while striking out three through 4.1 innings in a loss to the Rangers on Wednesday.Harvey pitched three scoreless innings before giving up five runs, one unearned, in a little over an inning that ultimately ended his outing. That makes three starts in a row where the right-hander hasn't made it out of the fifth inning. The 30-year-old has a 0-2 record with a 9.64 ERA through four starts this season. Harvey will get his next start Monday against the Yankees.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Start bumped to Wednesday

      Matt Harvey's next start has been moved to Wednesday against Texas, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.Harvey was expected to toe the rubber Tuesday, but the Los Angeles Angels announced that Jaime Barria will get the nod in his stead. This is significant news for fantasy owners counting on a two-start week for Harvey.

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      Angels' Matt Harvey: Struggles continue against Brewers

      Matt Harvey didn't factor into the decision in Tuesday's 11-8 win over the Brewers, surrendering six runs on seven hits and two walks over 4.1 innings while striking out five.Staked to a 6-0 lead after the first inning, Harvey wasted little time in handing the game back to Milwaukee. The right-hander threw 60 of 89 pitches for strikes and generated a respectable 14 swinging strikes, but he gave up plenty of hard contact as well. He'll take an ugly 10.05 ERA and 11:7 K:BB through 14.1 innings into his next start Monday, on the road against the Rangers.