Good news for Mets fans. Matt Harvey reports he’ll be ready for opening day 2014.
“If that’s his tweet, that’s his tweet,” says Mets GM, Sandy Alderson.
Let’s take a look at the 2013 NL Cy Young candidates
Adam Wainwright 15-7 2.58 ERA 1.03 WHIP 182 SO
Adam has bounced back from his 2012 season when he had an ERA of almost 4.00. This year he has made his mark as one of the most dominant pitchers in all of baseball. With a sub-3 ERA and 15 wins with over a month left to go, it looks like Wainwright could be in position to have his best season ever.
Matt Harvey 9-5 2.27 ERA 0.93 WHIP 191 SO
Matt Harvey is the Met’s ace they’ve been looking for. Harvey is the best starting pitcher under 25 in all of baseball. He was the starter of the All Star Game. Unfortunately for Mets fans, Harvey will be shut down as he has a partial tear in his elbow and could be looking at surgery.
Clayton Kershaw 13-7 1.72 ERA 0.86 WHIP 188 SO
What can I say? Clayton Kershaw has proven to be the most dominant pitcher of the past 3 years. He won the award 2 years ago, should’ve won it last year, and looks like he’ll be taking it home this year, as well.