Matt Harvey and his health were one of the main topics Mike Golic and Ian Fitzsimmons discussed on Mike and Mike this morning.

Harvey is being scrutinized as his agent, Scott Boris, came out publicly stating that his client was on a pitching limit of 180 innings.  The Mets, on the other hand, are denying that their ace is under any restrictions at all.

Fitzsimmons, subbing in for Greeny, thinks an innings limit would be appropriate for Harvey, "If that was me and I feel a twinge in my arm, I'm shutting it down, but man it would be hard when you have a $200M lottery ticket waiting for you down the line."

Golic thought otherwise.  "I'm going to do everything I can as a player to play for my team.  If I get hurt, I get hurt," Golic said.  "I'm not going to let anyone dictate when I'm done pitching.  You'll have a tough time pulling me off of the mound."

Which side would you take and what should the Mets do to save their ace from further injury while still in the playoff hunt?  Let us know on Facebook and Twitter at @1045theTeam.

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