By Daily Mail Reporter. Athletes rely on their toned physiques to excel and in the fifth annual ESPN Magazine's The Body Issue 20 sports stars have stripped down to celebrate those God-given talents. Laying provocatively on a huge car tire in the desert, year-old Force is certainly a force to be reckoned with. In another shot, the driver is pictured nude carrying a red gas can down the middle of an empty road. She told The New York Daily News that she had to train extra hard to keep up with her male counterparts on the track. Harvey poses with nothing but his mitt and a baseball in the magazine and a second image shows his sneaking out of a hotel room, naked, with dirty dishes covering his modesty.
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Is it true you threw 90 mph as a freshman in high school? MH: Maybe once or twice, but things started taking off my sophomore year and the summer after. Maybe it was just getting older, filling in my body -- I was a string bean, a lot skinnier than I am now -- but once things started filling out, the speed started ticking up. By my junior and senior year, I was punching the ball into the mid-and-upper 90s. Your dad played in college and coached you in high school. How did he mold you as a pitcher?
Mets ace pitcher Matt Harvey looks Amazin' as he bares all in ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue
Collin Cowgill was traded to the Angels today after he was designated for assignment last week. He has made a concerted effort to eat and exercise properly. He attributes his breakout success season to the healthy lifestyle he began embracing over the offseason. It was a fun experience. He saw several of the photos and said he was happy with the product.
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