Whether he's with the Mets or a different team, one thing has been consistent with Matt Harvey: success against the Yankees.
The former Mets ace Harvey threw six innings of two-run ball in Monday's start, retiring the last seven batters he faced.
Harvey allowed a solo home run to Luke Voit in the first inning and another run to score on a Gleyber Torres foul out in the third, but allowed just three hits and two walks to lower his ERA to 8.03.
Harvey had allowed 19 runs (18 earned) and 22 hits over his previous three starts, however he maintained his success against the Yankees. Including Monday's game, Harvey is 1-0 with a 1.63 ERA in four starts against the Yanks.
He received a no-decision after leaving with the game tied at 2.