Harvey (3-4) allowed one run on four hits and three walks in 5.2 innings. He earned the win and struck out three in a 9-2 win over the Mariners on Saturday.
Harvey's return from a back injury -- he missed about seven weeks -- was one of his best starts of the season, though he still sports a 6.88 ERA and 1.49 WHIP over 53.2 innings this year. The 30-year-old will look to build on a positive start to the second half of the season when he takes the mound against a tougher opponent in the Astros on Thursday.
Harvey (back) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list as expected ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against the Mariners.
Harvey has been out with a back injury since late May. He may have to improve significantly in the second half to keep his spot in the rotation, as he recorded a 7.50 ERA in 10 starts prior to the injury. Jarrett Parker was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
Harvey (back) is listed as the Angels' probable starter for Saturday's game against the Mariners.
After missing close to two months with a back injury, Harvey is ready to return to the starting rotation. The right-hander's first attempt at a rehab assignment was scrapped due to a setback, but Harvey was able to make it through a pair of appearances earlier this month, most recently throwing 3.1 innings and 72 pitches (50 strikes) for Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday. If Harvey doesn't show improvement upon his return, he could be replaced on a full-time basis by Jaime Barria.
Harvey (back) will make another rehab start for Triple-A Salt Lake on Sunday before returning to the big-league rotation after the All-Star break, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Harvey allowed two runs in a four-inning appearance for High-A Inland Empire on Tuesday. He'll be a regular member of the Angels' rotation in the second half, though he's at risk of losing his job if he can't improve on his 7.50 ERA from the first half of the season.
Harvey (back) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment Tuesday, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
The minor-league affiliate has yet to be decided, but Harvey will nonetheless begin his rehab stint Tuesday. The 30-year-old started a rehab assignment in early June but suffered a setback. Harvey has been on the injured list since May 25 and could seemingly be ready to go shortly after the All-Star break, assuming all goes well in the minors.
Harvey (back) will make a rehab start soon, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
The rehab start will likely be the first of a few for Harvey, as he will look to build up his arm strength after his initial placement on the injured list May 25. He suffered a setback in his first attempt to return from the injury in early June, so it remains to be seen if he can prove healthy enough to return this time around.
Harvey (back) doesn't expect to return from the injured list prior to the All-Star break, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Harvey returned from his rehab assignment earlier in June after suffering a setback, but he has resumed throwing off a mound and could soon face hitters. The 30-year-old still has to build up his arm strength a bit and will likely require multiple starts on another rehab assignment before rejoining the Angels.
Harvey (back) was returned from his rehab assignment after suffering a setback over the weekend, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Harvey was lit up in his rehab start Saturday with Triple-A Salt Lake, yielding eight runs on eight hits and two walks over 2.2 innings, and it has since been announced that he's still dealing with back issues. He'll likely undergo further evaluation before the Angels decide on the next step in his recovery process.
Manager Brad Ausmus said he would meet with Harvey (back) this week before the Angels determine the next step for the right-hander, who made his first rehab start for Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. "I'm not overly concerned about [Harvey's] results," Ausmus said. "I'm more wanting to talk to Harvey, see how he felt. It's tough to look at a line score and determine exactly what went on."
It's often fair to dismiss the box-score results for most pitchers from their rehab assignments, but Harvey may not be as deserving of the benefit of the doubt, considering he had posted a 7.50 ERA and 1.52 WHIP in 10 starts with the Angels when ostensibly healthy earlier in the season. He showed little improvement in his first outing with Salt Lake, yielding eight runs on eight hits and two walks in 2.2 innings while sporting a fastball that hovered around the 90 mile-per-hour range. At this point, it's difficult for the Angels to justify handing Harvey a rotation spot once he's activated from the 10-day injured list, so expect the organization to push back the tough decision by having the 30-year-old make at least one more rehab appearance.
Harvey (back) will make a rehab start Saturday at Triple-A Salt Lake, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Harvey hasn't endured any symptoms of the back strain that landed him on the injured list in late May, and his setback-free bullpen session Tuesday cleared the way for the rehab stint. Assuming he'll require only one rehab outing, the 30-year-old could return during next week's four-game series at Tampa Bay, which begins June 13.
Harvey (back) completed a bullpen session Tuesday and will next face live hitters, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Harvey said earlier in the day he feels healthy and hasn't dealt with any symptoms since landing on the injured list. According to Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic, manager Brad Ausmus believes the veteran right-hander will probably require a rehab assignment, which likely means he won't return to the majors for at least another couple weeks.
Harvey (back) stated that he feels healthy, though he's unsure if he'll need a rehab assignment prior to returning from the injured list, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
Harvey was moved to the injured list May 25 due to an upper-back strain, but he appears to be nearing a return to action. He claims that he's been symptom-free since being placed on the shelf.
Harvey (back) said he plans to resume throwing Monday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
The Angels moved Harvey to the 10-day injured list Saturday with an upper-back strain, an injury Harvey acknowledged that he had pitching through without informing the Angels' medical staff. Harvey indicated he didn't expect to be sidelined for much longer than the minimum amount of time, but even if he's able to quickly shake off the back injury, he could find himself on the outside looking in for a rotation spot. The Angels returned Andrew Heaney (elbow) from the IL on Sunday, which likely leaves two rotation spots available for Felix Pena, Trevor Cahill and Harvey when all are healthy. Harvey has been the worst performer of the three, posting a 7.50 ERA, 1.52 WHIP and 35:21 K:BB across 48 innings in his 10 starts.
Harvey hit the 10-day injured list with an upper-back strain Saturday.
Harvey has been poor all season but was particularly bad in his last start, when he allowed eight runs while recording just eight outs. His season ERA now sits at 7.50. It's unclear if the back issue is expected to keep him out a while or if he'll rest up and miss just one start.
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.
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.
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.
Harvey permitted two runs on five hits and two walks in four innings, striking out six as the 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.
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.
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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