Harvey Apologizes for Hitting Cano; Event 'Breathtaking'

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Harvey Apologizes for Hitting Cano; Event 'Breathtaking'
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Matt Harvey described his first All-Star Game this way: "This whole experience has just been breathtaking." Despite allowing a double to Mike Trout on the game's first pitch, then drilling Robinson Cano in the right quadriceps, Harvey tossed two scoreless innings. He apologized to Cano, who was forced to leave the game.

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