Mets Season in Review: Matt Harvey
By Vincent Perricone
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Contract Status and Trade Rumors
Being under contract until 2018, his arbitration number will obviously go up in the future (1 year, $4.235 million for the 2016 season, according to Marc Carig of Newsday).
Even after a rough year, you have to think the Mets will attempt to sign Harvey to an extension in the future. That’s why 2017 is an even bigger year for both parties. Can he stay healthy and lead the team to a World Series? Or is he a disposable piece that can get you more players for a big need (Catcher/Outfield) on a pitcher-heavy team? Either way, it’s a great problem to have.