Former Met Matt Harvey's time with the Los Angeles Angels may have come to an end.
The 30-year-old right-hander was designated for assignment by the Angels on Friday, a day after allowing six earned runs in six innings against the Astros. Harvey allowed two more home runs on Thursday, giving him a total of 13 homers allowed this season in just 59.2 innings.
Signed this offseason to a one-year, $11 million guaranteed deal, Harvey has scuffled all season long, pitching to a 3-5 record with a 7.09 ERA. In 12 starts this season, Harvey has allowed opposing left-handed hitters to bat .295 against him. His strikeout numbers are also down, as he's punched out just 39 batters this season in those 59.2 innings, while walking 29 hitters as well.
In six seasons with the Mets, Harvey pitched to a 3.66 ERA. He earned an All-Star nod in 2013, when he posted a 2.27 ERA in 26 starts.
The Angels will look to deal Harvey in the next seven days or place him on waivers. If he clears waivers, he'd likely be released rather than accept a minor league assignment.