The Dark Knight, the nickname Matt Harvey, a young New York Mets ace in 2013 and 2015, returned in spirit on Thursday night.
Down down down down down down down innings of a 6-2 loss to the Houston Astros at Angel Stadium.
Harvey walked to Yordan Alvarez. He got ahead of leadoff man George Springer
“When you are out there,” Harvey said. “When I got to 1-2 of Springer, I tried to throw a 98-mph fastball on the outside corner. Obviously, I can'tt that that anymore. ”
Five-year-old, from the age of two years, from the age of 18 years ago was the middle.
Houston lead. Yuli Gurriel 's RBI. T Harvey then threw two balls to Bregman to start the fifth.
“I remember remembering it,” said Harvey. “Obviously, probably not the right to do that.”
Harvey left a 91-mph middle fastball. And the 6-0 Astros lead.
“Just a couple of bad pitches, a couple of stupid pitches that,” t "If I am a little bit smarter, it 's probably a 3-2 game or a 4-2 game, a. T
Harvey fueled tby Harvey fueled t three, in a 6-1 wine over Seattle.
But Thursday night's start is much in the middle of the day, the inability to put hitters away and a susceptibility to big innings.
7.7 ERA in 12 starch.
“He wasn’t throwing strikes”, ”manager Angels Brad Ausmus said. "We've seen it better, for sure."
Harvey's struggles have the cost of the Angels in the win-loss, and they can even go to their payroll. In addition to his $ 11-million salary
“He really did some good stuff tonight,” Angels catcher Dustin Garneau said. “His fastball and slider were really working, and he did some good changeups, too. Matt pitched better than the scoreboard told us. Pitches, and they haven't miss. ”
Mike Trout back to the Angels line of the right.
First baseman Albert Pujols departed after seven years.
The Angels were averaging 5.7 runs per game since May 23, the boss, who did not allow a hit while walking two in the first 42/3 innings.
Brian Goodwin broke up Miley's no-hitter with john upton's sacrifice fly and Pujols RBI single in the sixth. Kole Calhoun grounded into a 3-6-1 double play to end the inning.
Harvey, meanwhile, will try to find out more, in his next start.
“It’s always gonna be in there – what you pitched like before,” Harvey said. “I don't think about that. I just need to be a little bit smarter. ”