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2023 471.1 8 2 10 3 .204
2022 222.51.9 50 7 27 21 2 .257
3y Avg. 205.52.1 39 6 32 18 4 .263
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  • Reds' Josh Harrison: Nets NRI from Cincinnati

    Harrison's agency announced Monday that he agreed to a minor-league contract with the Reds that includes an invitation to major-league spring training. Cincinnati doesn't represent the best fit for Harrison from a playing-time perspective, given how flush the Reds are with young infield talent. However, the fact that Harrison is from Cincinnati surely factored into his decision to join his hometown ball club. The 36-year-old slashed just .204/.263/.291 in 40 games with the Phillies in 2023 and also spent a brief time at Triple-A Round Rock in the Rangers organization. Per Mark Sheldon of MLB.com, Harrison will make $1.5 million if in the majors and his deal has a March 21 opt-out.
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  • Josh Harrison: Opts out of Rangers deal

    Harrison was released by the Rangers on Friday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Heyman says Harrison exercised an opt-out clause in his minor-league contract with the Rangers after it became apparent that no promotion to the big leagues was on the horizon. The veteran utility player lasted only six games with Triple-A Round Rock, going 6-for-27 with one home run. Harrison has just a .659 OPS in 159 games at the major-league level since the beginning of last season.
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  • Rangers' Josh Harrison: Latches on with Rangers

    Harrison signed a minor-league contract with the Rangers on Tuesday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. Harrison was released by the Phillies earlier this month following an unsuccessful 41-game stint which saw him slash a lowly .204/.263/.291. The 36-year-old utility player provides infield depth for a Rangers team that will be without Josh Jung (thumb) for a while, but it won't be ideal if he winds up having to play a significant role with the big club.
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  • Josh Harrison: Cut loose by Philadelphia

    The Phillies released Harrison on Wednesday. Harrison will head to free agency after no team was willing to put in a waiver claim on the 36-year-old utility man, who was designated for assignment Tuesday. Prior to being removed from Philadelphia's 40-man roster, Harrison saw action in 41 games and hit .204/.263/.291 over 114 plate appearances. Harrison might have to settle for a minor-league deal if he wants to keep his career going.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Activated from injured list

    Harrison (wrist) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday. He required just a minimum stay on the IL due to a bruised right wrist, and he didn't need a rehab assignment. Harrison will resume filling a utility role for Philadelphia.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Won't need rehab assignment

    Harrison (wrist) is not expected to need a rehab assignment before being activated from the 10-day injured list, MLB.com reports. Harrison is eligible for activation on Saturday, and while it's not clear whether he will return that day, it does seem possible. The Phillies are waiting for the soreness in his right wrist to fully subside before he's activated.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Scratched with sore wrist

    Harrison was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's game against the Marlins due to right wrist soreness, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports. Harrison had been in line to start in left field in the series finale, but he'll end up taking a seat after he tweaked his wrist while sliding in Saturday's 5-3 loss. Brandon Marsh -- who was set to get Sunday off -- will enter the lineup in Harrison's stead.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Goes deep in win

    Harrison went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run in an 8-5 victory versus the Cubs on Wednesday. Harrison had appeared in just one game over the past nine days prior to Wednesday, but he got a start at second base and took advantage with a solo shot to left field in the fifth inning. It was just his second long ball on the campaign and his first since April 18. It's been mostly a slog for the veteran this season, as he's slashing just .233/.280/.326 while appearing in less than half of the Phillies' contests.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Big day against former club

    Harrison went 3-for-5 with a home run and four RBI during a 7-4 win over the White Sox in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader. Starting at third base and batting ninth, Harrison tormented the club he played for in 2022, driving home two runs with a third-inning single before slugging a two-run homer off Jimmy Lambert in the seventh. The homer was the first extra-base hit of the season for the veteran utility player, and after going 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter in the nightcap, Harrison is batting .286 (8-for-28) with three runs and five RBI in 12 games. With Alec Bohm needed at first base, there is playing time available at the hot corner, and Harrison is capable of seizing it with a hot streak.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Starting Saturday

    Harrison (ankle) is starting in left field and batting sixth Saturday against the Reds. Harrison has been limited by an ankle sprain but will enter the lineup Saturday for the first time since last weekend. The veteran has played sparingly thus far, appearing in four games while going 1-for-7 at the plate.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Available off bench Tuesday

    Harrison (ankle) said he'll be available off the bench Tuesday against the Yankees, Corey Seidman of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Harrison was scratched from the Phillies' lineup Monday due to a right ankle sprain, but it seems to be relatively minor. The veteran utilityman is 1-for-5 in two games played this season.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Scratched from lineup

    Harrison was scratched from the Phillies' lineup Monday due to a right ankle sprain, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The Phillies are calling the injury minor and are listing Harrison as day-to-day. Bryson Stott has taken his spot at second base.
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  • Phillies' Josh Harrison: Heading to Philadelphia

    Harrison agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with the Phillies on Sunday, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports. The veteran infielder spent the 2022 campaign with the White Sox, and the team declined his $5.5 million club option after he posted a .256/.317/.370 slash line with seven home runs and 27 RBI in 119 games. Harrison should have a chance to earn the starting job at second base, though he's more likely to fill the weak side of a platoon with Bryson Stott while also working as a utility man.
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  • Josh Harrison: Leaving Chicago

    The White Sox declined Harrison's $5.5 million club option for 2023 on Monday. Chicago will pay Harrison $1.5 million to buy him out of the 2023 option, so after earning $4 million in 2022, he'll take home $5.5 million in total from the contract he signed back in March. The 35-year-old may not be in line for much more than a low-cost one-year MLB deal in free agency this winter after he slashed an underwhelming .256/.317/.370 over 425 plate appearances this past season.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Sitting Tuesday

    Harrison isn't in the lineup Tuesday against the Twins. Harrison will get a day off Tuesday after smacking a two-run homer in Monday's victory over Minnesota. Romy Gonzalez will take his spot at second base and bat eighth.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Powers offense with homer

    Harrison went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Monday's win over the Twins. With AJ Pollock on base in the second inning, Harrison took an 0-1 slider from Bailey Ober deep to left field to tie the game at 2-2 and help the White Sox eke out a 3-2 victory. The home run, Harrison's seventh of the season and first since Aug. 9, comes amid a stretch where the veteran has hit safely in eight of his last 10 games. In 421 plate appearances this season, Harrison is slashing .257/.311/.369.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Swipes second bag

    Harrison went 1-for-4 with a stolen base Sunday against the Padres. Harrison has returned to a near-everyday role, starting nine of the White Sox's last 10 games. He's quietly hit .321 in that span, though he's tallied only one RBI and three runs scored with no extra-base hits in that span. Harrison swiped his second base of the season Sunday, a disappointing drop from his nine stolen bases in 2021.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Reaches base twice in return

    Harrison went 1-for-3 with a double, a walk and a run scored Thursday against the Guardians. Harrison returned to the lineup after a three-game absence caused by an illness. He was productive in the latter portions of the game, tallying a double in the sixth inning prior to earning a free pass and coming around to score in the final frame. Harrison had been hitting fairly well prior to being sidelined, and he now has at least one hit in eight of his last nine starts. For the season, he has a .253/.317/.366 line across 380 plate appearances.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Ready to return

    Harrison (illness) is in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Guardians. An illness has kept Harrison out of action since last Saturday, but he is ready to get back on the field. He will start at second base and hit ninth for the White Sox on Thursday.
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  • White Sox's Josh Harrison: Scratched with illness

    Harrison was removed from the lineup for Sunday's game against the Athletics due to flu-like symptoms, Sonja Chen of MLB.com reports. Harrison had been scheduled to start at third base in the series finale for a resting Yoan Moncada, but Leury Garcia will instead join the lineup while Harrison joins Moncada on the bench. Once he moves past the illness, Harrison will likely serve as a utility man for the White Sox, with rookie Romy Gonzalez having seemingly supplanted the veteran as the team's preferred option at the keystone.
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