Matt Harvey pitches first complete game shutout of career

After his 106th pitch of the night landed softly in Daniel Murphy’s glove in shallow right field, Matt Harvey unleashed a fist pump just off of the pitcher’s mound. He had just notched the first complete game — and shutout — of his still young, but accomplished major-league career. Harvey completely controlled the Colorado Rockies in a 5-0 victory with a startling efficiency Wednesday night at Citi Field. (Newark Star-Ledger)

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