Matt Harvey did enough to continue his big league career, but will it be in Baltimore?


’s season is over. A right knee ailment that has bothered him for weeks finally pushed the righty to the 60-day IL last week, ending his year and freeing up a roster spot for the pitching-starved Orioles down the stretch. His year-end statistical line is not particularly attractive. Over 28 starts, Harvey went 6-14 with a 6.27 ERA and 95 strikeouts. (Camden Chat)

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Matt Harvey did enough to continue his big league career, but will it be in Baltimore?


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