Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey Speaks Out about Suspension

Mets pitcher Matt Harvey makes his first public comments since being suspended for violating team rules.

Harvey's unpaid three game suspension ended yesterday.

The 28-year-old admitted to staying out past curfew Friday night and apologized to his teammates and his coaches.

He says he has no plans to file a grievance against the team right now, but wouldn't rule it out.

"Whether that happens later down the road or whatnot, it's not on my mind," Harvey said. "I've apologized for what I did. I sincerely mean that and my job now is to move forward and do everything I can to help this team and this organization get back on track, get myself back on track."

Harvey is scheduled to make his next start on Friday in Milwaukee.

He's 2 and 2 this season with a 5.14 ERA.

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