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Matt Harvey’s Mets career is over as struggling pitcher refuses minor league assignment, will be DFA’d

In a recent interview at his Newport Beach, Calif., offices, Boras told The News that Harvey “gave it all” in 2015, when he was returning from 2013 Tommy John surgery and exceeded his innings limit late that season, as the Mets made an unexpected World Series run. Harvey famously talked then manager Terry Collins into allowing Harvey to stay on the mound to start the ninth inning of Game 5 against Kansas City. The Royals tied the game, and ultimately clinched the World Series title in extra innings.

KRISTIE ACKERT, CHRISTIAN RED

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