null Baseball null null The Mets and Matt Harvey are no more after the club designated its former ace for assignment. Harvey's failed move to the bullpen facilitated the breakup.Harvey should be able to get a fresh start somewhere else, likely through a trade or as a free agent after being released. FAGAN: Will these five disappointing vets bounce back?Which pitching-needy teams make the most sense to pull off a buy-low move? SN has identified seven clubs. The one caveat is that all but one of them are in contention right now, which eliminated bottom-dwellers like the Orioles, Reds, Marlins and White Sox. 1. San Francisco GiantsJohnny Cueto (elbow) figures to be out for an extended period and Madison Bumgarner (hand) isn't close to returning, so win-now San Francisco should be looking for rotation reinforcements. Whether Harvey qualifies as a reinforcement is a legitimate question given his recent performance. The 29-year-old Harvey does fit with the Giants' preference for veterans, though, and the Mets won't be asking for much in a trade.2. Pittsburgh PiratesWould Harvey be willing to listen to highly respected pitching coach Ray Searage? Sear[......]