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Matt Harvey: 'Right where I want to be' in Angels debut


Right-hander was solid in his spring debut, retiring five of the six D-backs he faced in a "B" game at the Angels’ Spring Training complex on Saturday. Harvey, who missed three days early in camp with a glute strain, struck out three of the six batters he faced and walked one over 1 2/3 innings. He threw 29 pitches with 17 going for strikes. (MLB.com)

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