Former Mets RHP Matt Harvey pitched four shutout innings against the Dodgers on Friday night in his Reds debut.
Harvey, who was traded to Cincinnati in exchange for catcher Devin Mesoraco and cash, allowed just one hit and struck out two batters while throwing 55 pitches.
The only hit allowed by Harvey was a one-out triple by Cody Bellinger in the second inning. Harvey managed to escape the inning after Chris Taylor struck out and and Max Muncy lined out.
The former Met then retired the final six batters he faced before the Reds turned to the bullpen.
Harvey entered the game 0-2 with a 7.00 ERA in eight games this season, including four starts. He finished 34-37 with a 3.66 ERA in 109 games during his tenure with the Mets dating back to 2012.