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Anibal's gem vs. Mets backed by homers

"I feel good," Sanchez said. "Today was another good outing, but I still need to work with [pitching coach Rich] Dubee. But thank God everything is coming back and I'm in the right way right now."

Harvey, working his way back from surgery to correct thoracic outlet syndrome in his right arm, kept pace with Sanchez for four innings. He recovered from a James McCann second-inning solo homer to retire eight of his next nine batters before Brendan Ryan's two-run single chased him with one out in the fifth. The former All-Star yielded three runs on seven hits, walked none and struck out four.