Orioles’ Matt Harvey’s future uncertain after stinker vs. Mets

Former UNC pitcher ’s job is safe...for now. The Baltimore Orioles right-hander was terrible against his former club on Wednesday, giving up seven runs in three innings as the New York Mets pulled away for a 14-1 win at Camden Yards. Harvey gave up eight hits, including two home runs, as his record fell to 3-7 and his ERA exploded to 7.41. (NJ.com)

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