“Everybody’s different, but we’ve got a job to do here, and this guy has a chance to be one of the best in the game, and it’s got to become his No.1 priority right now.” Mets bats stay hot, score 11 runs in easy win over Marlins The Harvey hullabaloo stopped the momentum of a team that looked like it was turning things around, and was the latest in a string of Amazin’ misadventures.
General manager Sandy Alderson would not say what the fireballer was suspended for when he dropped the pregame bomb.
But insiders said Harvey, 28, irked team brass by being a no-show at the ballpark Saturday when the Mets played, even though he was not scheduled to pitch that day.
That’s easier said than done in the age of Twitter and Facebook, so the new-and-improved guide — “Not Your Mother’s Rules: The New Secrets for Dating” — urges women to play hard-to-get with social media.
The women who wrote the seminal — some say retrograde — 1995 dating guide “The Rules” have updated their book for the 21st century, but haven’t changed the main rule for women: Play hard to get.
Mets hurler Matt Harvey aimed a high, hard one at his own team Sunday, as he is expected to file a grievance against the organization after it suspended him for three days without pay for violating club rules.
Instead of taking the mound against the Miami Marlins for his scheduled afternoon start, the pitcher known as the Dark Knight was sent home after showing up at Citi Field, disciplined for a compilation of issues dating back to last year, according to sources.
“You don’t respond to everything in a nano-second,” said Fein.
“Let some mystery grow.” The next step: Control your texting.
Just don’t overdo it, and remember that humor and tone don’t always come through in a text.