Harvey (3-9) allowed four runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out four in 4.1 innings to take the loss against the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Harvey's rough stretch continued Sunday, as he's now been charged with eight losses across his last nine starts. He's given up at least four runs in each of those eight losses. The right-hander began Sunday's game by tossing four scoreless innings, but he allowed five hits and issued a walk before in the fifth inning prior to his removal. Harvey now carries a 7.80 ERA this year, and he tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against Toronto on Friday.
Harvey (3-8) was charged with the loss against Cleveland on Tuesday after allowing six runs (five earned) on six hits and a pair of walks while striking out two across 3.1 innings.
After winning three of his first six starts, Harvey has taken a turn for the worse, losing seven of his last eight. The 32-year-old gave up an RBI single to Bobby Bradley in the first frame, but the run was unearned due to an Eddie Rosario fielding error. Harvey held it together until the fourth, when a five-run inning would be the end of the road. The veteran right-hander has now given up five or more earned runs in six of his last seven outings, bringing his season ERA to 7.76. If Harvey remains in the rotation, he'll likely take on Toronto at home next week.
Harvey (3-7) was tagged with the loss Wednesday against the Mets after giving up seven runs on eight hits and a walk while fanning two across three innings.
Harvey scuffled badly against his former team, giving up two home runs and failing to pitch past the third inning. The veteran has now given up five or more earned runs in five of his last six outings, and considering how poor he's looked of late, it's uncertain whether he'll remain in the rotation for his upcoming start, scheduled for next week against Cleveland on the road.
Harvey allowed one earned run on two hits and one walk while striking out three across three innings Wednesday against the Twins. He did not factor into the decision.
Harvey threw on short rest, with the team announcing prior to the game that he would limited in his workload as a result. While in the game, Harvey was fairly effective, with the only damage coming on a solo home run by Ryan Jeffers. He also generated seven swinging strikes on 43 total pitches. For the season, Harvey now has a 6.62 ERA with a 45:17 K:BB across 51.2 frames.
Harvey will start Wednesday's game against the Twins on three days' rest, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.
The Orioles expect the righty to pitch only one or two innings before the bullpen handles the remaining frames. Harvey performed adequately early in the season but has been abysmal of late, allowing at least five earned runs in each of his last four starts.
Harvey (3-6) was tagged with the loss in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the White Sox after giving up five runs on five hits and three walks while fanning six across three innings.
Harvey got the start in the opener of the twin bill after Friday's game was postponed due to inclement weather, and while the six strikeouts tied a season-high mark for him, he was unable to go deep into the contest. The veteran has lost each one of his last five outings while allowing 28 runs (23 earned) across 17.2 innings during that stretch. His next start is scheduled for next week at home against Cleveland.
Harvey won't pitch as scheduled Friday against the White Sox after the game was postponed due to inclement weather.
Friday's matchup will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday. Harvey will start the opener of the twin bill while John Means starts the second contest, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Harvey (3-5) allowed six runs (five earned) on nine hits and a walk while striking out six in 4.2 innings to take the loss against the Nationals on Sunday.
Harvey has struggled mightily recently, as he's now given up at least five earned runs in each of his last three starts. The Orioles scored three runs in the top of the first inning Sunday, but Harvey surrendered the lead by giving up four runs in the bottom half of the frame. The right-hander has posted a 6.31 ERA and 1.58 WHIP in 45.2 innings this year. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against the White Sox on Friday.
Harvey (3-4) took the loss Tuesday versus the Rays after surrendering six runs on seven hits with one strikeout and one walk over 1.2 innings.
The 32-year-old delivered a scoreless opening frame but gave up a pair of three-run homers during a disastrous second inning. Harvey pitched well through his first seven starts of the season with a 3.60 ERA and 1.29 WHIP, but he's allowed 13 runs in his past two outings.
Harvey (3-3) took the loss Wednesday against the Mets after surrendering seven runs on eight hits with four strikeouts and one walk over 4.1 innings.
The 31-year-old pitched against the Mets for the first time after spending most of his career with the team, and he was tagged for seven earned runs in his worst start of the year. Harvey has a 4.81 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 29:11 K:BB across 39.1 innings this season.
Harvey (3-2) allowed four unearned runs on four hits and a walk while striking out three in four innings to take the loss against the Red Sox on Friday.
Harvey began Friday's game with three scoreless innings, but he made a fielding error with one out in the fourth inning that allowed Boston to put together a two-out rally that proved to be the difference. The right-hander has recorded a 3.60 ERA and 1.29 WHIP in 35 innings across his first seven starts this year. He tentatively lines up to make his next start on the road against the Mets on Wednesday.
Harvey (3-1) earned the win Saturday against the Athletics. He gave up two runs on four hits and three walks while fanning one across 5.2 innings.
Harvey ended just one out away from posting what would've been his second quality start of the season, and the veteran right-hander has now won each of his last three outings. He owns a 4.06 ERA through 31 innings (six appearances) to date and is slated to take the ball next week at home against the Red Sox.
Harvey (2-1) picked up the win Monday, allowing one run on three hits and three walks over six innings in a 4-2 victory over the Yankees. He struck out five.
The right-hander blanked the Yanks for five innings before giving up back-to-back doubles to Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge in the sixth, but Harvey still came away with his first quality start of the season. He tossed only 51 of 84 pitches for strikes however, and despite the solid outing, he'll take a 4.26 ERA and 21:6 K:BB through 25.1 innings into his next start Saturday in Oakland.
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 he 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.
The Orioles selected Harvey's contract Thursday, officially adding him to their 40-man and active rosters.
The 31-year-old looks like he'll break camp as a member of Baltimore's rotation. Though Harvey has been charged with six earned runs on 10 hits (including three homers) over 10 innings in his three Grapefruit League starts, he's issued only one walk. Perhaps most importantly, he's impressed manager Brandon Hyde with his velocity readings, according to Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com. Despite his background as a former staff ace for the Mets, Harvey's poor track record in the majors over the last several seasons should prompt fantasy players to tread cautiously. He shouldn't warrant much attention outside of AL-only leagues until he turns in some promising results.
Harvey (lat) signed a minor-league contract with the Orioles on Saturday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
Harvey missed the final few weeks of the 2020 season due to a right lat strain, but he'll presumably compete for a big-league roster spot during spring training in 2021. The 31-year-old made seven appearances (four starts) for the Royals last year, posting an 11.57 ERA and 2.74 WHIP over 11.2 innings.
|Last 7 Games|
|06/20||vs TOR||L 4-7||1||4.1||9||4||2||4|
|06/15||@ CLE||L 2-7||1||3.1||6||5||2||2|
|06/09||vs NYM||L 1-14||1||3.0||8||7||1||2|
|06/02||vs MIN||W 6-3||3.0||2||1||1||3|
|05/29||@ CHW||L 4-7||1||3.0||5||5||3||6|
|05/23||@ WAS||L 5-6||1||4.2||9||5||1||6|
|05/18||vs TB||L 6-13||1||1.2||7||6||1||1|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2011||AFA-St. Lucie Mets||76.0||14||14||0||8||2||0||92||24||67||2.37||1.197|
|2019||AFA-Inland Empire 66ers||4.0||1||1||0||0||0||0||2||0||4||4.50||1.000|
|2019||AAA-Salt Lake Bees||6.0||2||2||0||0||2||0||10||3||13||16.50||2.667|
|2019||AAA-Las Vegas Aviators||17.0||5||3||0||1||0||0||21||5||13||3.18||1.059|