New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey didn’t want to speak with the media Tuesday night, after his first relief appearance since being demoted to the bullpen.
The right-hander didn’t change his tune Wednesday, either.
Asked to comment about his Tuesday performance — he allowed a run over two innings in a 6-5 win against the Cardinals — Harvey snapped back after a repeated request.
“I have nothing to say to you guys,” he said, according to the New York Post. “I don’t f—ing want to [talk].”
The two other cheerleaders who would attend the meeting with Davis and Ware have not been determined, Blackwell said, but they would not be associated with Blackwell and would come from different teams.
“We want the opportunity for change,” Blackwell said, adding that she understood the NFL could meet with them and end up doing nothing.
“I understand that risk,” she said. “But it’s a risk we’re willing to take to try to have real change.”
On March 17, Congdon shared her pregnancy via Instagram, and Barkley shared his excitement with reporters three days later at Penn State’s pro day. He said the baby’s due date was April 14 and the couple didn’t know the baby’s gender in advance.
“I’m excited. Some people aren’t even blessed with the opportunity to have kids, and I’m able to have one,” he said. “I’m truly excited to be a father.”
Barkley is expected to be among the top five players selected in Thursday night’s NFL draft.
“You have to challenge Granderson,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said. “You’ve been challenging Granderson for more than five years. He made a perfect throw and threw him out.”
Happ struck out a season-high 10 over seven innings. He walked none and allowed four hits and one run in his longest outing of the season.
Boston’s Rick Porcello allowed three runs and three hits in seven innings. Porcello walked three, two more than he’d walked in his previous four starts combined, and struck out a season-high nine, including five straight in the third and fourth.