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JUPITER, Fla. — Mets ace Matt Harvey made his second spring training start the year on Wednesday as he works his way back from the Tommy John surgery that cost him his entire 2014 season. The results were not as impressive as in his first outing, but Harvey said after his 49 pitch, 2 2/3-inning outing that his arm felt good and the procedure was no longer on his mind when he threw. And his fastballs again registered in the high 90s on radar guns, another positive sign.
In the Marlins dugout, Jose Fernandez was watching.
“It is cool,” Fernandez said. “It’s always cool. Forget about throwing 99, forget about throwing 100, forget about throwing 110. As long as the guy’s pitching with no pain and doing what he loves to do, at the high level he’s at, it’s great. I want to be back…
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