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Mets Morning News: Harvey struggles in Mets' loss, is not a fan of extra rest

Your Sunday morning dose of Mets and Major League Baseball news, notes, and links.

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Meet the Mets

The Mets lost to the Dodgers in Los Angeles last night. Zack Greinke held them scoreless for a while, but Matt Harvey gave up a few runs in his start, and the Mets' comeback fell a bit short as they scored twice in the eighth and once in the ninth to end up losing 4-3. Harvey is not a fan of the six-man rotation.

Choose your recap: Amazin' AvenueNewsdayDaily NewsRecordStar-LedgerTimes, or ESPN.

Jenrry Mejia will rejoin the Mets' bullpen on Tuesday, which is definitely great news.

Steven Matz is set to make the second start of his major league career today. Steve Serby's Q&A is with him today.

Around the NL East

The Nationals won, widening their division lead to four-and-a-half games over the Mets. Stephen Strasburg left the game with an injury, though, so it wasn't a perfect day for Washington.

Yesterday at AA

David Wright doesn't have a timetable for a return yet, but he's still hopeful he can play this year.

We take another look at how Curtis Granderson has turned things around this year.

Jeff has a report on Harol Gonzalez.

This date in Mets history

The Mets once signed Cleon Jones on July 5.