“That guy is the model,” the 24-year-old pitcher told Men's Journal. “I mean, first off, let’s just look at the women he’s dated. Obviously, he goes out — he’s meeting these girls somewhere — but you never hear about it. That’s where I want to be.” That must be exciting news for Anne V, the supermodel he's been spotted with, and Mets fans, whose potential franchise player is more interested in emulating Jeter's celebrity than his World Series-winning ways.
Never fear, fans. Harvey, who's off to a 7-2 start with a 2.35 ERA, says he won't go out before starts. Who do you think he is, Johnny Manziel?
“But those other days? Yes, I’m gonna go out,” he said. “If I was locked up in my house all week, I don’t know what I’d be like on the baseball field.” Apparently, if he gets to keep playing the field in the Big Apple, Harvey knows exactly what he'll be like on the baseball field: King of New York.
“No matter what, New York is now my home,” he said. “I could buy a place now, but I’ve gotta wait for that $200 million contract. If I’m going to buy an apartment, it has to be the best apartment in the city.”