New York Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey On The 2016 Season, Men’s Fashion And Being Batman

by MR Magazine Staff

New York’s Dark Knight had a dark year in 2014. After an astonishing 2013 season with the Mets–including being named the National League’s starting pitcher in the All-Star Game–Matt Harvey underwent Tommy John surgery, which kept him sidelined until 2015. With the 6’4″ right–hander back on the mound last year and an arsenal of other arms in the bullpen, the Mets made it to the World Series. The 27-year-old ace says he’s fully healed now and is looking forward to 2016′s Harvey Days (as fans call his starts), expecting some again in late October. “I watched a lot of the Yankee games growing up,” he says, “and they got to the World Series year after year, and that is what we are here to do.” Read more at Forbes.