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Angels' Matt Harvey says he'll be better teammate, player going forward


There was a time, not long ago, when was the premier pitcher in baseball, headlining a young New York Mets rotation. But his career got sidetracked, mostly because of self-inflicted wounds. "I'm disappointed in myself," Harvey told reporters in a harsh assessment Wednesday after the Los Angeles Angels' first official workout of spring training. (ESPN.com)

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