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Matt Harvey suspended 60 games by MLB for distributing oxycodone


, the former Tar Heel and veteran starting pitcher who has struggled to replicate his early-career stardom with the New York Mets, was handed a 60-game suspension Tuesday for distributing a prohibited drug of abuse and thus violating Major League Baseball's drug program. Harvey, 33, is on a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles. (ESPN.com)

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Matt Harvey suspended 60 games by MLB for distributing oxycodone


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