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Mets Morning News: The Bad Knight Returns as Harvey struggles again in loss to Rockies

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Meet the Mets

It was a rocky (and Rockie) night for Matt Harvey in Colorado as he again struggled on the mound in a 5-2 loss at Coors Field. Harvey didn't make it out of the sixth inning, getting pulled after giving up 11 hits and 5 runs. It's the latest in a series of bad performances by Harvey this year. He now sports a 3-5 record and a 4.93 ERA.

Kevin Plawecki drove in the Mets' only two runs of the night when he doubled home Asdrubal Cabrera and Neil Walker in the second.

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Logan Verrett will be starts for the Mets tonight.

David Wright isn't worried about his fielding despite costing the Mets 8 runs so far this season according to Fangraphs.

The Mets may bring back Steven Matz before his next turn in the rotation if he's ready.

Steiner Sports is apparently holding a shindig at the 40/40 club on May 26 honoring the 30th anniversary of the 1986 world championship season. Fans can buy (expensive) tickets and hobnob with Daryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden, Mookie Wilson, and Jesse Orosco.

The Mets' Twitter account destroyed a Braves fan earlier today before apparently deleting their tweet.

Around the NL East

The Phillies took down the Reds in a close game.

Julio Teheran can't catch a break. The Braves wasted another good start by the righty, and fell to the Royals.

Bryce Harper helped lead the Nationals to victory over the Marlins.

Around the Majors

Jose Reyes, who has been on paid leave all season after being charged with domestic abuse, will be suspended until May 31, making his suspension 51 games in total. The charges against Reyes were recently dropped after his wife stopped cooperating with prosecutors.

Matt Bush took twelve years to debut in MLB with the Rangers this week after being picked number one overall in the 2004 draft. He wasn't toiling in the minors though, he was in prison.

The Boston Red Sox' offense has apparently been better than the 1927 Yankees so far this year.

The Minnesota Twins have not been better than the 1927 Yankees.

Pitcher Jon Gray, who beat the Mets last night, is apparently an avid ghost hunter when he's not pitching.

Yesterday at Amazin' Avenue

Benjamin Roth had an injury report from the Binghamton Mets.

Aaron Yorke previewed the Mets/Rockies series.

Joe Sokolowski brought you "This Week in Mets Quotes."

Daniel Convery had the Mets Daily Prospect Report.

This Date in Mets History

Back in 1972 the great Willie Mays hit a game-winning home run in his Mets debut.