Mets pitcher Matt Harvey doesn't deserve to wear the uniform of a professional baseball player. On the advice of his dumb agent Scott Boras Harvey is limiting the innings he will pitch for the remainder of the season and post-season in order to - theoretically - protect his arm for future seasons.
Well, what if the Mets, or any other team that he pitches for someday, never end up in a pennant race again? Harvey could spend the rest of his career pitching for mediocre teams. If that's what he wants, then he's hardly a competitor. He should just go out and get a regular job like the rest of us.
Scott Boras is hardly one to give advice. Players should know he's only about money. He doesn't really care about what's best for them, only what's best for himself.
Harvey owes an apology to all Mets fans. Or he can just get out there and pitch, and help the team win, in the regular season and the playoffs.
Sports are becoming too much about entertainment and not enough about competition.