Mets GM Sandy Alderson indicated Tuesday that Matt Harvey will only pitch once in the NLDS.
Matt Harvey held the Reds to two earned runs over 6 2/3 innings Saturday in the Mets' 10-2 rout.
Mets manager Terry Collins said Saturday that Matt Harvey will make another start next week.
Matt Harvey dominated the Yankees for five scoreless innings on Sunday night, racking up seven strikeouts.
Mets manager Terry Collins said Sunday that the club is considering having Matt Harvey make shorter, more frequent appearances.
Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Wednesday that the tentative plan is to have Matt Harvey pitch next weekend against the Yankees.
Matt Harvey served up seven runs in 5 1/3 innings, but lucked into a no-decision as the Mets came back to win against the Nationals on Tuesday.
The Mets are planning to manage Matt Harvey's innings to keep him under 200 between regular season play and the postseason.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson said Monday that Matt Harvey will start Tuesday against the Nationals and again in the final series of the regular season.
Matt Harvey, in a statement released through the player's tribune, announced Sunday that he will pitch in the postseason.
Matt Harvey said Saturday he's always considered 180 innings to be his limit for this year and would not answer questions about pitching in the postseason.
Mets manager Terry Collins on Friday wouldn't confirm that Matt Harvey will start on Tuesday.
Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com reports that the Mets plan to stick with their innings plan for Matt Harvey that will allow him to pitch through the playoffs.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Mets and Matt Harvey's agent, Scott Boras, are disagreeing about what Harvey's innings limit should be.