New York Daily News "This particular Harvey Day started with fans chanting Matt Harvey’s name before he’d even thrown a pitch. But the lingering image of the Mets’ 6-5 victory Tuesday night over the Phillies was not from Harvey’s return to the Citi Field mound. It came afterward in the Met clubhouse, where David..." April 15
Sportsnaut "Former Major League Baseball player Bobby Bonilla hasn’t played in a professional game since 2001. He’s 52 years old and last stepped on a baseball diamond less than a year after George W. Bush moved into the White House. He’s also set to receive a $1.2 million paycheck from the New York Mets..." April 10
New York Post "Matt Harvey’s Citi Field return isn’t scheduled until Tuesday, but the Mets already consider it a success. According to Lou DePaoli, the team’s executive vice president and chief revenue officer, the Mets have already sold upward of 30,000 tickets for Harvey’s first home start since August..." April 10
ESPN.com "Matt Harvey's dazzling spring training performance as he returns from Tommy John surgery is complete. Harvey tossed four scoreless innings Thursday against the St. Louis Cardinals as the New York Mets wrapped up the Florida portion of their exhibition schedule and prepared to fly to..." April 02
New York Post "The Matt Harvey Plan is in place. If all goes well the rest of spring training, the Mets want the Comeback Kid to pitch in Washington against the Nationals — but not the season opener. Game 3 is likely and then he will make his Citi Field comeback in the Mets’ second home game of the season, a..." March 03
New York Daily News "Matt Harvey sprinted to the mound. The Mets ace groomed the dirt around the rubber with his foot and waited for Travis d’Arnaud to give him the signal. About a dozen cameras were pointed at him, twice as many reporters and team personnel stood around the field, and behind the fences about 100 fans..." March 01
ESPN New York "A Matt Harvey Day is coming soon! Mets officials tentatively have scheduled Harvey to face the Detroit Tigers in the first home Grapefruit League game on March 6, a source told ESPNNewYork.com. The event would mark Harvey's first game action since Aug. 24, 2013. He underwent Tommy John surgery..." February 26
Sandy Alderson says no 215 innings for Matt Harvey, but reins won't be so tight. 200 innings possible "including playoffs."
New York Post "Matt Harvey is busy forging his comeback from Tommy John surgery, but he is keeping an eye on the Alex Rodriguez saga with the Yankees. He offered words of support to Rodriguez, who apologized to Yankees brass on Tuesday at Yankee Stadium. “Obviously Alex wants to play, that’s good for him,..." February 12
New York Post "Max Scherzer’s $210 million signing with the Nationals hurt the Mets. But maybe not how you think. Yep, it might have made the powerful Nationals even more so in 2015, made a club that was going to be overwhelming NL East favorites even without Scherzer even less fallible. But besides making..." February 04
ESPN New York "Right-hander Matt Harvey insists he is "completely on board" with the front office's plan to limit his innings during the regular season so that he can pitch deep into October without reaching an innings cap if the New York Mets remain alive. Harvey is on track to return to the majors from the..." December 03
ESPN New York "If the New York Mets reach the postseason in 2015, returning ace Matt Harvey will not face a Stephen Strasburg-like shutdown. General manager Sandy Alderson said Tuesday that Harvey's in-season innings will be managed in order to keep him available to pitch deep into October without reaching an..." November 19
#Mets fans got their wish: Matt Harvey just finished throwing off Citi Field's mound. (Unfortunately, game doesn't start for four hours).
New York Post "A year off the mound has done little to change Matt Harvey’s confidence. The Mets ace is itching to face major league hitters, even if he has accepted it won’t happen until next spring. “I’m looking ahead to April 6 and counting [the] Washington Nationals as a ‘W,’” he said Thursday morning..." September 12
New York Daily News "The season of Matt Harvey’s discontent is almost over and it will end quietly. The injured righthander, whose return from Tommy John surgery has been played out in the tabloids this season, will end his year without having faced a batter and never being allowed to throw at full strength,..." September 05
Matt Harvey throws a bullpen tomorrow that will be an up/down, meaning he throws, rests 8 minutes, throws, per Warthen. First time.
SB Nation "There is no good kind of sports team owner, really. Some are demonstrably better than others, but when the most desirable options are Distant Globetrotting Billionaire With Open Checkbook and Stubborn Octogenarian Pillar Of The Community, Possibly Wearing A Hat, Also With Open Checkbook, we are..." August 19
New York Post "Slow down, young buck. Time really is on your side. In more ways than you know, Matt Harvey. Sandy Alderson made it crystal clear Tuesday night at Citi Field that the Mets’ young ace will spend the rest of the season on the sidelines and in the bullpen, there is just too much to risk..." August 13
Sandy Alderson says because Jeremy Hefner had major Tommy John setback, Matt Harvey may not appear in a game anywhere until spring training.
ESPN.com "David Wright has been getting his share of up-and-in pitches recently, including from Matt Cain in San Francisco and Milwaukee's Wily Peralta on Wednesday. And powerless Matt Harvey has seen enough. “It’s hard for me to watch David keep getting pushed back," Harvey told the Daily News. “I’m..." June 13
New York Daily News "The Mets want Matt Harvey to slow down. The injured ace will not throw off a mound Tuesday as originally planned, two team sources told the Daily News Thursday night. After consultations between the Mets team doctor and renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews, who performed the Tommy John..." June 06
ESPN New York "The Mets continue to plan for Matt Harvey to throw off a mound next Monday for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery. Harvey is currently throwing on flat ground at 150 feet in Port St. Lucie, Fla. " June 02
CBSSports.com "Despite all the mini-controversies and hand-wringing, Mets ace Matt Harvey's recovery from October 2013 Tommy John surgery continues to go well. As Anthony DiComo tweets, Harvey was able to throw from 120 feet on flat ground on Friday, and that puts him in line to pitch from a mound on June 10...." May 09
Newark Star-Ledger "As he mends from Tommy John surgery last October, Matt Harvey cannot help but notice the rash of pitchers who have been bound to a second one this season. The information seeps in as he continues his rehab schedule, which now calls for 20 throws from 90 feet on flat ground. The reasons are..." April 24
New York Post "The Mets wanted to keep Matt Harvey out of New York to rehab his surgically repaired elbow, and as time moves forward we are going to see how insignificant that is compared to the huge issue surrounding their ace: Can they keep him in New York? More specifically, in Queens? We certainly can..." March 28
New York Post "Matt Harvey cannot win or lose on the field for a while now. In the clubhouse, however, his credibility will receive a decision. Take your pick – mountain or molehill – when it comes to the magnitude of Harvey strong-arming the Mets about where he will work most to make his arm strong again...." March 27
ESPN New York "Matt Harvey is careful not to outline a definitive timetable. But the ace still adamantly wants to return to the majors in August, while understanding that is the doctors and front office's ultimate call. Harvey noted Tuesday that pitchers generally first get on a mound seven to eight months..." March 19
New York Daily News "Tuesday in Metsland began when I asked Matt Harvey if he wanted to go on the record with his strong and rational case for why he should rehab from Tommy John surgery while around his teammates. Per the Basic Agreement, Harvey has the right to do his work away from the spring training facility,..." March 18
New York Times "Exactly four months after having Tommy John surgery on his right elbow, Matt Harvey stood in the outfield grass at the Mets’ complex Saturday and tossed a baseball 20 times to the bullpen catcher Dave Racaniello about 60 feet away. Fans lined chain-link fences to try to catch a glimpse. Members..." February 23
ESPN New York "New York Mets right-hander Matt Harvey has been cleared to begin tossing a baseball, the ace told ESPNNewYork.com. He met with team doctor David Altchek at the Mets' spring-training complex Wednesday before the decision was made. Harvey, 24, is uncertain which day he will begin a throwing..." February 20
New York Post "Dillon Gee saw Matt Harvey on Tuesday and said he “looked great.” Gee also is aware Harvey is recovering well from elbow surgery, but while the Mets’ young ace hasn’t ruled out coming back at the end of this season, it’s not something Gee is counting on. “I hope Harvey comes back when he’s..." February 05
MLB.com "Just a few short weeks before Spring Training starts, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey is all too aware that he'll be on a different schedule than his teammates when pitchers and catchers report. However, he continues to be enthused by his progress from Tommy John surgery. "It's great. I think I'm..." January 24
Newsday "Matt Harvey's fastball crackled at an average of 95.4 mph. No qualifying pitcher this season threw with more velocity one of the many ways in which the 24-year-old phenom was exceptional. Now only time will tell just how long it will be until the Mets see that version of Harvey once again. As..." October 23
ESPN New York "The Mets are not yet aware when Matt Harvey will undergo Tommy John surgery that will force him to miss the 2014 season a team official said. GM Sandy Alderson announced Oct. 4 that Harvey would have the procedure to repair a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament later this month. Dr...." October 15
SB Nation "Mets ace Matt Harvey was attempting rest and rehabilitation to repair a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow but the right-hander has changed course after weeks away from throwing according to SNY. The Mets and Harvey were hoping that a few weeks off and then an..." October 05
CBSSports.com "Apparently the rest and rehab approach didn't work. Mets right-hander Matt Harvey will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair the partially torn ligament in his right elbow the team announced. More to come." October 04
New York Post "Matt Harvey’s rehab is still in the infancy stages. According to manager Terry Collins the Mets ace has been undergoing “pretty intense rehabilitation” of the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow at the Hospital for Special Surgery but doesn’t have a timetable yet to begin..." September 30
Matt Harvey has yet to resume throwing Terry Collins said.
ESPN New York "Matt Harvey may appear in the Arizona Fall League as a way to gauge whether he can avoid Tommy John surgery Sandy Alderson told reporters Monday. Harvey is trying rehab and a throwing program over the next six to eight weeks in the hope a surgical procedure which would cost him all of 2014 will..." September 23
New York Post "Having been in a similar situation two years ago Joba Chamberlain has been following the Matt Harvey elbow saga. Like Harvey Chamberlain really never felt pain in the elbow that was diagnosed as a torn medial ligament which is different than Harvey’s tear in the right ulna collateral..." September 19
New York Post "Jerry Seinfeld joined Gary Cohen Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez in the SNY broadcast booth on Tuesday night for a few innings. The comedian was amused by Matt Harvey’s decision to hold off on Tommy John surgery after visiting Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola Fla. “I want to know why these..." September 18
CBSSports.com "Mets star right-hander Matt Harvey is expected to try to avoid Tommy John elbow surgery after seeing noted sports doctor James Andrews on Monday. The diagnosis apparently was positive enough that Harvey is expected to try rehab for now then begin a throwing program in 1-2 months. Surgery..." September 18
Matt Harvey saw Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola Fla. today for a second opinion on his right elbow.
Matt Harvey going to see Dr. Andrews on Monday. He remains 'optimistic.' #Mets
Newark Star-Ledger "Matt Harvey is still deciding between Tommy John surgery and rehab for the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and will seek a second opinion on the matter Mets general manager Sandy Alderson told WFAN this afternoon. The second opinion is likely to come from Dr. James Andrews..." September 04
Sporting News "After his Detroit Tigers got 13 hits against Matt Harvey on Saturday afternoon manager Jim Leyland was asked if perhaps major league batters were starting to catch up to the New York Mets' 24-year-old ace right-hander. Leyland's eyes widened. Even though the Tigers baseball's best offensive..." August 27
Source: Matt Harvey underwent an MRI this morning at HSS. More details forthcoming.
WFAN's Mike Francesa says @MattHarvey33 will go on DL with a torn UCL in his elbow.
New York Daily News "Mets ace Matt Harvey has a torn ligament in his right elbow. The 24-year-old All-Star had an MRI Monday which revealed the partially-torn UCL ulnar collateral ligament. A source told The News that pitcher was experiencing soreness in his “forearm area.” Harvey in his first full season in..." August 26
MLB.com "At the start of the year many players avoid making hard statistical goals for the season. Matt Harvey does not. One of Harvey's aims heading into his first full big league season was to pitch 200 innings which he might have done over two levels last year had the Mets not shut him down in..." August 13