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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

FANTASY BASEBALL INJURY FALLOUT: MATT HARVEY AVOIDS DISASTER, READY FOR OPENER

After putting a major scare into both his fantasy baseball owners and the New York Mets, ace starting pitcher Matt Harvey avoided any sort of medical disaster when it was revealed early Tuesday that he was dealing with blood clots in his bladder which won't keep him from making his Opening Day start Sunday night.  The rumor mill was in overdrive Monday when manager Terry Collins and GM Sandy Alderson said that Harvey's Opening Day availability was in question due to an "ailment" that was discovered and things got more concerning when reports surfaced that he may have to go back to New York for further testing.  Well apparently all is well with Harvey and that means everything to his owners who breathed a collective sigh of relief this morning.  A slam dunk top ten fantasy baseball starter, Harvey could be even BETTER then he was in 2015 when he returned from Tommy John elbow surgery.  As long as Harvey doesn't suffer any sort of "bounce" from his high innings total a year ago, all systems appear to be a go for the ace. 

 

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