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RHP Jenrry Mejia will return from the disabled list to make a start Friday against Washington. Mejia was a prized pitching prospect for the Mets three years ago but has not appeared in a major league game since Sept. 30. Mejia underwent Tommy John surgery in 2011 and struggled with elbow inflammation this year. He made just five major league appearances last season and has a 7.03 ERA in six career major league starts. In four relief appearances against the Nationals, he has a 5.06 ERA.

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RHP Jenrry Mejia will return from the disabled list to make a start Friday against Washington. Mejia was a prized pitching prospect for the Mets three years ago but has not appeared in a major league game since Sept. 30. Mejia underwent Tommy John surgery in 2011 and struggled with elbow inflammation this year. He made just five major league appearances last season and has a 7.03 ERA in six career major league starts. In four relief appearances against the Nationals, he has a 5.06 ERA.

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C Travis d'Arnaud (broken left foot) played in a minor league game Wednesday for the first time in more than three months and went 1-for-3 while catching five innings for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Mets. D'Arnaud, whom the Mets acquired from the Blue Jays in the deal that sent reigning Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey to Toronto last December, was hurt in April while playing for Triple-A Las Vegas. Before he got hurt, d'Arnaud was in line to earn a promotion around June, but it appears he will not make his Mets debut until September at the earliest.

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C Travis d'Arnaud (broken left foot) played in a minor league game Wednesday for the first time in more than three months and went 1-for-3 while catching five innings for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Mets. D'Arnaud, whom the Mets acquired from the Blue Jays in the deal that sent reigning Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey to Toronto last December, was hurt in April while playing for Triple-A Las Vegas. Before he got hurt, d'Arnaud was in line to earn a promotion around June, but it appears he will not make his Mets debut until September at the earliest.

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RHP Matt Harvey had yet another sensational start Sunday afternoon, when he allowed three hits and no walks while striking out 10 over seven shutout innings in leading the Mets to a 5-0 win over the Phillies. Harvey's fastball was regularly clocked at 98 mph and he also mixed in a slider that was clocked at 93 mph as well as mid-to-high 80s curveballs and changeups.

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RHP Matt Harvey had yet another sensational start Sunday afternoon, when he allowed three hits and no walks while striking out 10 over seven shutout innings in leading the Mets to a 5-0 win over the Phillies. Harvey's fastball was regularly clocked at 98 mph and he also mixed in a slider that was clocked at 93 mph as well as mid-to-high 80s curveballs and changeups.

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MLB Team Report - New York Mets - INSIDE PITCH The rest of baseball clearly isn't going to enjoy facing Matt Harvey with a self-imposed chip on his shoulder. The starting pitcher for the National League in the All-Star Game last week at Citi Field admittedly was "embarrassed" by quotes attributed to him in an article this week in Men's Journal bragging about his present and future social life as a budding star in New York.

Mets' Gee again stifles Pirates

Mets' Gee again stifles Pirates PITTSBURGH -- If Dillon Gee pitched against the Pittsburgh Pirates all the time, he might be pitching in his home ballpark on Tuesday night in the All-Star Game. Gee led the New York Mets to a 4-2 victory on Sunday with yet another strong outing against the Pirates, holding them to one unearned run in 6 2/3 innings. That enabled the Mets to avoid being swept in the three-game series at PNC Park.

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RHP Jenrry Mejia, who has been on the disabled list all season with elbow tendon inflammation, had his rehab assignment moved to Double-A Binghamton on Saturday and pitched five scoreless innings against Portland in an Eastern League game. He gave up three hits, walking two and striking out one. Mejia had pitched for the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Mets, where he made two starts and allowed four runs (two earned) and eight hits in 5 2/3 innings, with two walks and three strikeouts.

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RHP Matt Harvey will skip his next start due to the blister on his right index finger. The Mets originally planned to start Harvey either Saturday or Sunday before the All-Star break, but changed those plans due to the blister. Harvey is still expected to pitch in the All-Star Game.
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