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Matt Harvey Needs to Prove He is no Hypocrite by Firing Boras

from: rant sports  Scott Boras wants Harvey to end his season after he pitches just 13 and 2/3 more innings.

from: rant sports
Scott Boras wants Harvey to end his season after he pitches just 13 and 2/3 more innings.

Matt Harvey stood at his locker in Miami and acted like he wants the ball and hid behind his agent Scott Boras and Dr, James Andrews who said that 180 innings is the limit for Matt Harvey; a mark that is 14 innings away.

Harvey has many fans believing that it is Boras’s fault and his perceived “spinelessness and hypocrisy” is Boras’s fault – it isn’t.

Harvey obviously agrees with Boras, but wants to hide behind the words so he can continue to talk a big game in front of the cameras, but fade into the night while publically casting the blame on his agent and his doctor.

All the while, secretly smiling to himself as he protects his most valuable asset, his right arm.

It’s obvious to me, Harvey doesn’t care about winning.

If he did, he would say to blazes with the future, and fire his agent Scott Boras who has created this controversy at the most inopportune time in much the way he had Alex Rodruguez opt  out of his contract during the World Series in 2007.

It’s Boras’s m.o. – client centric, and the team doesn’t matter and obviously, Harvey agrees or he would fire Scott Boras.

Boras knows Harvey is vastly underpaid and the only hope for Harvey earning money is when he becomes a free agent at age 30 where it has been proven time and time again that long term contracts for 30 year old pitchers just aren’t worth pursuing.

So Harvey Dent, I mean, Matt Harvey, if you are truly team first, fire your agent, if not, end your season in two weeks, but you can’t have it both ways.

 

 

 

 

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