Mets starter Matt Harvey was drilled in the triceps by a Dexter Fowler line drive in the sixth inning of NLCS Game 1 on Saturday. He was still able to recover to find the ball and throw out Fowler at first base.
It was a scare for the Mets and the entire population of Queens, New York but the right-hander was fine. Per ESPN’s Adam Rubin, Harvey said his triceps was “dented” and it’s a little swollen now, but he is still expected to start Game 5 of the NLCS (if necessary).
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