Matt Harrison

#54 SP / Philadelphia Phillies / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 240 lb Age: 30 College: No College Bats/Throws L/L

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    INJURY ALERT: Probable | Back | Questionable for start of spring training
    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Phillies' Matt Harrison: Activated from the 60-day disabled list

      The Phillies activated Harrison (back) from the 60-day disabled list on Monday. The move is procedural. Harrison remains sidelined indefinitely with a back issue.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Phillies place newly-acquired Matt Harrison on disabled list

      The Phillies placed left-handed pitcher Matt Harrison on the 15-day disabled list, per the News Journal. Harrison was just acquired by the Phillies, from Texas, for Cole Hamels. He hadn't appeared in a game for the team. He's suffering from lower back inflammation.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Phillies receive P Matt Harrison, five prospects for Hamels

      The Phillies have at least received strength in numbers from the Rangers in return for stud left-hander Cole Hamels. They get six players back, including four pitchers. The lone experienced hurler is left-hander Matt Harrison, who is coming off a back injury that has limited him to three starts this season. The only non-pitchers are catcher Jorge Alfaro and outfielder Nick Williams, who has compiled a fine .299/.357/.470 slash line this season with 13 homers and 10 stolen bases at Double-A Frisco. He has put together the best season of all the players Philadelphia is getting back. Alfaro is at .253/.314/.432 at Frisco. The Phillies also get back right-handers Jake Thompson, Alec Asher and Jerad Eickhoff. Thompson is 6-6 with a 4.72 ERA for Frisco with 78 strikeouts in 87 2/3 innings. Asher is 4-10 with a 4.43 ERA at Triple-A Round Rock. Eickhoff is 10-4 with a 4.11 ERA with the same team. He has fanned 107 in 111 2/3 innings. Thompson is considered a top-50 prospect by Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus. ranks him as a top-100 prospect. Williams and Alfaro are also among Baseball Prospectus' top-50 and's top-100 lists.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Report: Harrison dealt to Phillies as part of Hamels swap

      Former All-Star starter Matt Harrison, who returned to the majors this season after suffering a serious back injury, is one of the major names being shipped to the Phillies from the Rangers as part of the big trade for starter Cole Hamels. Harrison underwent spinal fusion surgery to fix a back problem that has limited him for the past three seasons. He recently returned to the Rangers rotation, making three starts, including a rough outing Monday in which he allowed six runs. He is owed $28 million over the final two years of his contract. The Phillies will also receive a host of Rangers' prospects, including catcher Jorge Alfaro and outfielder Nick Williams. The trade has not been officially announced by either team.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Rangers SP Matt Harrison allows six runs in Monday's loss

      Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison struggled throughout his start Monday against the Yankees, which the Rangers lost 6-2. Harrison allowed six runs on six hits over six innings of work. He also struck out two and walked two. He gave up a two-run home run to Didi Gregorius in the third inning and a solo home run to Alex Rodriguez in the sixth. His ERA rose from 5.40 to 6.75. Harrison (1-2) has one quality start over his three starts this season.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Matt Harrison earns first win of year for Rangers

      Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison earned his first win of the season in his second start, Tuesday against Colorado. Harrison allowed seven hits in six shutout innings. He evened his record at 1-1, matching last year's record and doubling his win total since the start of 2013

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Rangers SP Matt Harrison rocked in 2015 debut

      It was nice for Rangers left-hander Matt Harrison to return to the mound Wednesday for the first time since May 2014. A better performance against Arizona would have made it much nicer. Harrison allowed six runs on six hits in four innings to take the defeat. He walked three and fanned one. A terrible second inning set the stage. He surrendered five runs on singles by Cliff Pennington and Nick Ahmed and three-run homer to A.J. Pollock. Harrison settled down thereafter. A single by Pollock, who eventually scored, chased him from the game.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Rangers' Matt Harrison off DL on Saturday; will start Wednesday

      Rangers left-hander Matt Harrison has been reinstated from the disabled list on Saturday. Harrison is set to make his season debut and start on Wednesday against the Diamondbacks. Harrison hasn't thrown a big-league pitch since May of 2014, as he has been recovering from back injury that cost him most of last season. Yovani Gallardo will pitch on Tuesday to open the series against the D-Backs, with Harrison going on Wednesday. Then, the Rangers are expected to go with Wandy Rodriguez, Colby Lewis and Gallardo to complete the first-half of the season against the Padres, according to the Dallas Morning News.

    • by Jason Butt |

      Rangers to start Matt Harrison this Tuesday

      The Rangers will start pticher Matt Harrison on Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, according to Harrison has been on the disabled list with a back injury. During his rehab assignment, Harrison allowed three runs over six innings.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Rangers will start Matt Harrison on Tuesday or Wednesday

      Rangers manager Jon Daniels said Thursday the team will turn to pitcher Matt Harrison to start next Tuesday or Wednesday's game against the Diamondbacks, reports The Dallas Morning News. Harrison is on the disabled list with a back issue. He made his last rehab start Thursday and allowed three runs over six innings at Triple-A. "He has made progress, maybe with his confidence as much as anything," general manager Jon Daniels said. "After three back surgeries in two years, I'm sure he had some questions. I know this winter, I didn't know if this day would come. But it's time. He's going to get anything out of additional minor league starts. It's time to put him under the lights and see where he is."

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