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PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - New York Mets ace Matt Harvey threw a baseball for the first time since having elbow ligament-replacement surgery. With the largest media contingent in camp since Mets pitchers and catchers reported a week ago and with a group of fans lining the fence of a back field at New Yorks spring training complex Saturday, the right-hander threw 20 times from 60 feet to a bullpen catcher. "It was awesome," Harvey said. "I know it was 20 throws at 60 feet, but everything felt absolutely amazing. Ive got a lot of work to do. Its going to be a tough process with how things felt today. But Ive got to stick with it and move forward." Harvey threw on the four-month anniversary of his surgery Oct. 22 which was the date he originally targeted for throwing. Pants Rowland Jersey .com) - Jahlil Okafor had 21 points, Tyus Jones scored 16 with 10 assists and No. George Davis White Sox Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. https://www.cheapwhitesox.com/2954e-eddi...-white-sox.html. The stress, the waiting, the whispers about whether he doped during his stellar cycling career, all of it ended when - after nearly two years - federal prosecutors closed an investigation of him last week without bringing any charges. Johnny Callison White Sox Jersey . Mladenovics quick hands at the net made the difference while Bencics inexperience in doubles showed. "We took a lot of pleasure," Mladenovic told Sport Plus television. "Its extremely difficult to play in such conditions, but our doubles team showed a lot of quality. Jim Thome Jersey . Its not intended to be some magical formula and doesnt apply any context, like, for example, taking injuries into account. This remedial statistical method has gone 9-5 in picks through the first three rounds.Rory McIlroy admitted to being a little bit disappointed after an opening round of 70 in the Masters at Augusta. The world No 3 was four under going into the final three holes but bogeys on the 16th and the last saw him slip back to two under, four off leader Jordan Spieth.However, despite some frustration at how he finished the round, McIlroy insisted that he feels in a good position to post a better score in his second round.It wouldve been nice to get it in at four under but saying that, standing on the first tee this afternoon, I probably wouldve taken a 70, the Northern Irishman told Sky Sports.It was tricky out there, it was tough conditions. There were some holes where you just had to make a par and move on, there were others you could take advantage of but Im a little bit disappointed with 70. McIlroy bogeyed the last, but remains in the top 10 It probably couldve been better but I can go out there tomorrow [Friday] and know that I can be aggressive on some holes.I think the wind is going to be pretty much from the same direction so at least I know how the course is going to play and hopefully I can shoot a few better tomorrow.Asked if Spieths round of 66 affected how he approached his own round, McIlroy maintained that he was simply focused on his own game. Watch a selection of the best shots from the opening round Masters Not really, I think if anything the breeze did freshen this afternoon and I couldnt look at that, I didnt need to look at it, I needed to just take care of myself, he added.This course is hard enough when youre just looking after yourself, let alone when youre thinking of other people so I was just trying to concentrate and shoot the best score I could. That added up to a 70 today but Ive seen the golf course now, Ive got a feel of how its playing and I feel like tomorrow I can improve on that.The 26-year-old was pleased with how he played the par fives and believes similar showings over the next three days will keep him in contention.I think I played the par fives here last year in 14 under and Ive played them today in four, said McIlroy. Colin Montgomerie picks apart a mixed round for Rory McIlroy If you can do that around this golf course then youre never going to be far away so hopefully I can continue to do that - pick up a few birdies here and there on the par threes and par fours.ddddddddddddEarly progressShane Lowry, meanwhile, is tied for second with New Zealander Danny Lee after making a flying start to go four under after five holes.I was just trying to keep it going as long as I could, said the Irishman. I started off nicely and I holed a 12-footer on the first for par and that settled me down and got me going. Shane Lowry showed his delight with his round of 68 to put him joint second I hit it in tight and then holed a couple of 15 or 20-footers and then I was off and running. I played really well today and Im pretty happy with where I sitting.It was quite difficult today and any birdie you could get was tough work. Par was a good score and I was lucky, I made a few putts, but coming in I felt I missed a few chances - 15, 17 and then I burned the edge there on 18. But if you had given me this at the start of the day I wouldve taken your hand off. Get a Sky Sports Week Pass Dont miss the Masters. Watch live on NOW TV from £6.99. No contract. Also See: Rose: Toughest Augusta conditions Spieth: One of my best Monty reviews Rorys round When to watch the Masters ' ' '

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