The Mets and Matt Harvey have reportedly prevented arbitration on Friday with a one-year, $5.625 contract.
After a 2017 season marred by harm, a team-mandated three-game suspension and poor pitching when he was on the mound, Harvey will probably be again for a sixth season in Flushing with a $500,000 elevate, reviews USA Right now.
The 28-year-old went 5-7 final season with a career-worst 6.70 ERA in 18 begins, lacking a lot of the season on the disabled checklist with a stress harm to hs proper scapula. The righthander had surgical procedure in 2016 for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, which pressured him to overlook the second half of that season.
Harvey, who made $5.12 million final 12 months, made headlines early within the season when Mets GM Sandy Alderson suspended him for 3 video games for conduct detrimental to the group. The previous All-Star had did not report back to a recreation and had reportedly blamed the absence on a migraine. He later apologized to the group and followers.