Jim McIsaac

Mets ace Matt Harvey undergoes Tommy John surgery

The Mets young ace underwent Tommy John surgery on Oct. 22 to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.

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Harvey likely out for '14 after Tommy John Surgery

Harvey has been expected to have the procedure for weeks and will miss all of the 2014 season.

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No date set for Matt Harvey Tommy John surgery

Harvey will miss all of the 2014 season after having the surgery, which is expected to take place in October.

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Harvey will undergo TJ

He attempted to rehabilitate without going under the knife, but will now undergo TJ.

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Harvey injury: Surgery decision put off 2-3 weeks

It was reported earlier Monday that Harvey has a partial tear of his UCL, but the full extend of the injury is not yet known.

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Broken Harvey, broken heart

Matt Harvey reaches what is an unfortunate but seemingly inevitable rite of passage for a young pitcher, and we reach the same point in the regrettable affliction of young-pitcher fandom.

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Harvey injury: Mets should still spend on FA

Matt Harvey's absence in 2014 would be crushing, but it was never going to only be about next year in New York.

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Matt Harvey tears UCL, done for the year

The Mets young ace will now face potential Tommy John surgery, according to reports.

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