Matt Harvey won’t answer 'bulls—' questions

Baseball Mets ace Matt Harvey was in top form Tuesday night, throwing seven scoreless inning and striking out six in a 3-2 win over the Blue Jays, but what he did after the game got all the headlines.Prior to his dominant performance Tuesday, Harvey's ERA in his previous four starts was 7.20. When asked if he considered that four-start streak a crisis point, Harvey snapped back. MORE: Baseball's worst fielders“I’m not answering that bulls—,” Harvey said in his postgame news conference, via the New York P

ost. “We’re done.” Before abruptly ending his question-and-answer session, Harvey said he wasn't angry while pitching and that his slump was merely “part of baseball,” but Mets manager Terry Collins knew Harvey was a different man on the mound Tuesday.“Matt was bound and determined to have a good game,” Collins said. “I’ve been around this guy for three years. He was focused tonight. He was going to pitch a good game tonight.”