Matt Harvey's notable highs and lows with the Mets

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The long and turbulent marriage between Matt Harvey and the New York Mets has finally ended.

After weeks of poor performance and some self destruction, the New York Mets finally cut ties with former ace Matt Harvey. The club will have seven days to work out a swap - perhaps involving an underperforming player from another organization - or otherwise put Harvey on waivers.

The starter-turned-reliever made headlines when he voiced his displeasure with being moved to the pen.

Harvey is 0-2 with a 7.00 ERA in four starts and four relief appearances, leaving him with a 34-37 record and 3.66 ERA in six major league seasons.

The Mets are set to designate Harvey for assignment this weekend, a move that paves the way for NY to cut or trade the 29 year-old right hander.

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"I thought the route that Roy Halladay and Cliff Lee took when they went all the way down to "A" ball and kind of rebuilt themselves after 60-70 games in the big leagues was probably a more appropriate route to help Matt Harvey the best we could".

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"Usually I get upset if a report is unexpected", Alderson said this week.

The New York Post reported this week that Harvey was out partying in Los Angeles the night before pitching in San Diego last weekend. "So I guess the short answer is no".

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