07:27 AM ET 09.09 | Those three words pro athletes don't like to hear -- Dr. James Andrews -- are now on the horizon. Matt Harvey, who has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, will receive a second opinion from [Andrews], likely within the coming week. The organization has not yet decided whether Harvey will undergo Tommy John surgery, a procedure that Andrews has performed on countless pitchers. Appearing on MLB Network Radio, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson indicated he's hoping the Mets will have a clear direction with Harvey by the third or fourth week of September. "Until we get that opinion and some confirmation of the exact extent of the injury, I don't think we'll have any update," Alderson said on the radio.