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Baseball notes: Mets say they won't shut down Matt Harvey

Baseball notes: Mets say they won't shut down Matt Harvey

The New York Mets said they have no plans to shut down Matt Harvey and expect their ace to make four more regular-season starts and assume a "reasonable workload" during the playoffs. Harvey missed last season recovering from Tommy John surgery, and his health came into question after he became dehydrated during his latest start Wednesday. The right-hander is 12-7 with a 2.60 ERA and has thrown 166 1/3 innings for the NL East leaders. “We're very comfortable we the fact that we've had a plan that has involved the doctors all the way through,” said John Ricco, the Mets' assistant general manager. “To this point they're still fine with that...

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