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Matt Harvey made his return to the mound yesterday, tossing 15 pitches in the bullpen. Things got a little weird between Harvey and the Mets but the righthander is a huge key to the organization's rise back to prominence.
Great piece in the Post on Jacob deGrom's transformation from light-hitting college shortstop to Mets top of the rotation starter.
Toby Hyde updated the Mets minor league stocks for July. One of the players there is Dilson Herrera, who may just be the team's second baseman of the future. Michael Conforto has been in the spotlight playing in Brooklyn but has kept his cool and just hit.
John Sickels has a prospect note on utility man Eric Campbell.
Yesterday At AA
Has Chris Young turned a corner for the Mets? The outfielder had his best month of the season in July, though that's not saying a whole lot.
Matthew Callan's look back at the 1999 Mets continues with the return of Todd Hundley.
Ryan Gaydos broke down the rest of Thursday's trades.
Around the NL East
Around the Majors
At The Good Phight, David Cohen is fed up and says that Ruben Amaro needs to be fired from his job as the Phillies' General Manager after the team stood pat at Thursday's trade deadline.
Big blow for the Giants, as Matt Cain is likely to have season ending surgery to clean bone chips out of his elbow.
John Lackey says he will honor his 2015 contract despite it only being worth the big league minimum due to a strange injury clause.
The A's released Jim Johnson, eating the $10 million he was owed this season.
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