Harvey allowed one earned run on six hits and struck out six batters before being pulled after 93 pitches. He'll be rewarded with a no-decision for his efforts, however, as the Mets and Marlins were tied at one run apiece when he was relieved.
Harvey entered the game undefeated at 5-0 with a 2.17 ERA and 89 strikeouts in 83 innings pitched while walking just 19 batters on the season. The Mets would be in a precarious position if Harvey misses any sort of time then, obviously, as the rest of New York's starters are a combined 8-23 with a 6.09 ERA.
As far as Harvey's competition was concerned, Marlins' hurler Jose Fernandez went toe-to-toe with Harvey on Saturday, holding the Mets to one run on three hits in six innings, striking out seven batters in the process.