Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison threw five one-hit innings against the Dodgers on Saturday in his first start in two weeks after because of a toe injury. He had three strikeouts, no walks and a leadoff single to Alfredo Amezaga in the top of the first. The performance gives Harrison eight scoreless innings in March.
"I was able to drag my foot, there were no issues at all," Harrison told MLB.com. "I'm not in a groove yet, but I feel like I'm back on track. The biggest thing was that my velocity was back up."
With the toe issue seemingly behind him, Harrison makes a great late-round target in Fantasy coming off an 18-win season.