Mets' Matt Harvey suspended for undisclosed violation

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But that doesn't mean the drama will come to a close. The better question is whether he'll even make it through the summer before the team trades him. I know it's dramatic, but I think any team in baseball would have probably reacted very similarly. Other reports said that was after he played golf earlier in the day. "We will welcome Matt back when he gets back and continue moving forward". Rene Rivera led off the sixth inning with a clean single against Urena.

"There were some moves made last night because we felt this might occur", he said.

Marc Rzepczynski (1-0) got one out for the win.

Last season they snuck into the playoffs as one of the two wildcard squads.

Should the Mets consider trading him?

After David Phelps, Nick Wittgren and A.J. Ramos tossed a hitless inning apiece Sunday, Ellis acknowledged he did wonder how much fun it would have been to try and coax several pitchers through a no-hit bid. Coming out of Spring Training, the Mets still looked as if they had as much starting pitching, top to bottom in their rotation, as any team in the sport.

Stanton hit a three-run homer in the first.

Down 3-0, the Mariners scored three times in the seventh. The team began 2017 with 30 consecutive intradivision games, going 14-16. For what it's worth, Collins said a likely hostile reception for Harvey at Citi Field had he started Wednesday wasn't a factor in the team's decision.

Wilk was hammered by the Marlins, giving up six runs (five earned) on eight hits over 3 2/3 innings. The start Sunday will be Wilk's first in the major leagues since 2012.

Harvey, though, did not respond to initial texts from club officials seeking to find him on Saturday and did not reach out to them until after he was supposed to be at the park, sources said.

Marlins: 3B Martin Prado, who entered the game for Miguel Rojas (right thumb soreness), was removed with right hamstring discomfort after going first to third on a double. Martin Prado, who replaced him, left in the seventh clutching his right hamstring. The Venezuelan infielder was already dealing with a knee injury, aside from the thumb injury, but that also wasn't enough to merit a spot in the disabled list, either. Milone was claimed off waivers from Milwaukee on Sunday and will start Wednesday's homestand finale against San Francisco.

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