Matt Harvey quickly putting himself among game's elite

Matt Harvey was so dominant on Tuesday night, and the White Sox so overmatched, that Chicago had only one hope for getting a baserunner. Alex Rios finally figured out the secret in the seventh inning: Hit a ball so softly, so slowly, that the Mets couldn't turn it into an out. (

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