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Matt Harvey pitches first complete game shutout of career

Thursday, August 08, 2013

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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