ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the Mets will roll out with Jacob deGrom in game one of the World Series, but it's games two and three that make one raise an eyebrow. 


Matt Harvey will throw in game three, not two, but when it's all said and done, he would still have four days of rest if he was needed for game seven. Game six though, likely would not provide a Harvey appearance.

"Really, there's no wrong answer," said ESPN New York's Adam Rubin, to "Mike and Mike", on Thursday. "Especially since Harvey now is going to have a nice little layoff. It really worked out well that it didn't go to five games. They're really concerned about Harvey's innings even though they're letting him pitch. To only use him once in this round was really beneficial."

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