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Harvey's Struggles Continue As Nats Chase Him In Third

Harvey's Struggles Continue As Nats Chase Him In Third

NEW YORK — He allowed a career-high nine runs. He pitched a career-low 22/3 innings.

This was the darkest night for the Dark Knight.

This was the night when Matt Harvey hung a 0-2 curveball to former teammate Daniel Murphy in the first inning and he paid dearly for it.

This was the night when Harvey got little help from his defense in the third inning, and instead of bearing down, he got batted around something awful.

This was the night when Harvey got booed off the mound at Citi Field.

“This was a tough one,” Mets manager Terry Collins said.

After he had allowed five runs and 11 hits over 52/3 innings in his last start in the...

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