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Is the End Near for Matt Harvey?


At some point before the start of the season, the Mets' brass gathered together to discuss how they wanted to handle Matt Harvey's workload. They settled on somewhere in the neighborhood of 210 to 215 innings, already a substantial increase from the 169 1/3 he threw between the majors and minors a year ago. Now here is the problem: Harvey has been too good. (Wall Street Journal)

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