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Anatomy of a draft pick: How the Mets landed Matt Harvey

On the first day of the 2010 first-year player draft, Mets decision makers huddled with the hope that UNC right-hander Matt Harvey would still be there for them at No. 7. They didn't know, of course, that only three years later, Harvey would become such a force that he would be compared to Dwight Gooden and -- my goodness -- all-time Mets great Tom Seaver. (CBS Sports)

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