'Unpredictable' Matt Harvey up to 18 1/3 scoreless innings pitched
Posted Jul 31, 2021
What a strange season it’s been for Orioles pitcher Matt Harvey. Statistically, Harvey was one of the Major League's worst starting pitchers in the first half, running an ERA north of 7 into the All-Star break while taking the ball more or less every fifth day. In the second half, he’s been nearly untouchable. Harvey’s second-half resurgence continued Friday.
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