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Matt Harvey Missed The Boat With Devon Windsor; Harvey Cried During Return To New York?

Matt Harvey is a veteran pitcher in the MLB and currently players for the Baltimore Orioles. Throughout his career, he has played for teams such as the New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Los Angeles Angels and Kansas City Royals.

Harvey was selected as the seventh overall pick by the New York Mets in the 2010 MLB Draft. In his major league debut in July of 2012, Harvey set a Mets franchise record for strikeouts in a pitching debut (11) and became the first player in modern baseball history (since 1900) to strike out 10 or more batters and get two hits in his major-league debut.

While Harvey has had a lot of success on the field, he has also done equally well in terms of the women he dates. He’s dated several modes over the years, but one has to wonder why in the world he let Devon Windsor be the one to get away?

Who is Devon Windsor? Look at some of the pictures below and I assure you’ll never forget her.

Speaking of Matt Harvey, he said in a recent interview that he had to “hold back tears” during his return to Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. Harvey was drafted by the Mets in 2010 and upon his return earlier this week received a standing ovation from the crowd. See Harvey’s comments on it below.

“Obviously, the last couple of years weren’t the way I wanted them to go,” Harvey said to reporters after the game. “Between the injuries and, I think, me getting in my own way and causing some of those problems, I feel for the fans. Maybe I let them down. I think it’s fair to say I would understand if they did [boo me], but I’m glad it went the other way. What the fans gave me out there was pretty incredible,” Harvey said. “I was holding back tears. I’m not going to lie about that. It was pretty hard holding them back. It reminded me a lot of the good memories and coming off the field with an ovation like that — it brought a lot back for me. It’s something I’ll never forget. I’ve learned from my mistakes,” Harvey said. “Finally being healthy and trying to reinvent myself and get back out there — it hasn’t been easy. But besides today, I think things have been going in the right direction. I’m not going to beat myself up over a bad outing.”

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