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  • Angels' Monte Harrison: Clears waivers, sent to Salt Lake

    Harrison cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday. After he was designated for assignment Wednesday, Harrison went unclaimed on waivers and will now report to Salt Lake. The outfielder has produced a .213 average with six home runs, 24 RBI, 29 runs and 20 stolen bases over 174 at-bats in 50 games with Triple-A this season. Harrison will remain a candidate for a call-up as the season goes on, but based on his .182 average in the majors this season, he carries little fantasy appeal.
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  • Angels' Monte Harrison: Designated for assignment

    Harrison was designated for assignment by the Angels on Wednesday. Harrison had his contract selected by the Angels in late June and slashed .182/.357/.455 with a homer, five runs, three RBI and a stolen base over nine games with the major-league club. However, he'll be cast off the 40-man roster after Jo Adell was recalled Wednesday.
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  • Angels' Monte Harrison: Blasts first homer of 2022

    Harrison went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and a strikeout during Sunday's 9-5 loss to the Orioles. Harrison didn't appear in any of the Angels' last three games, but he was productive while batting ninth during Sunday's series finale against Baltimore. Since joining the major-league club, the 26-year-old has gone 2-for-10 with a homer, five runs, three RBI and a stolen base. He isn't a very appealing fantasy option since he's started in just four games since being called up by the Angels on June 24.
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  • Angels' Monte Harrison: Joining big-league club

    Harrison had his contract selected by the Angels on Friday. Harrison joined the Halos on a minor-league deal in April and will now receive a look in the majors. The 26-year-old hit .213/.305/.368 with six home runs, 24 RBI and 20 stolen bases in 50 games for Triple-A Salt Lake this season, and he should serve as the Angels' No. 4 outfielder. Juan Lagares was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
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  • Angels' Monte Harrison: Joins Halos on MiLB deal

    Harrison signed a minor-league contract with the Angels on Monday. The 26-year-old was released by the Marlins in late March, but it didn't take long for him to latch on with a new team. Once a highly-regarded prospect, Harrison has mostly struggled in the upper minors and has only 41 big-league games under his belt. He hit .238/.328/.442 with 15 home runs, 52 RBI and 24 stolen bases in 74 games at the Triple-A level last season, and he'll remain at that level with the Angels to open 2022.
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  • Monte Harrison: Released by Marlins

    Harrison was released by the Marlins on Saturday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Harrison was designated for assignment by Miami late last week, and he'll hit free agency ahead of the regular season. The 26-year-old spent most of the 2021 campaign at Triple-A Jacksonville and slashed .238/.328/.442 with 15 home runs, 52 RBI, 47 runs and 24 stolen bases across 74 appearances.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Sent down Wednesday

    Harrison was optioned to Triple-A Jacksonville on Wednesday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Harrison was recalled by the Marlins shortly before the All-Star break, and he went 1-for-5 with a double and two strikeouts across three appearances with the major-league club. Right-hander Nick Neidert was recalled from Triple-A Jacksonville in a corresponding move.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Recalled by Marlins

    Harrison was recalled by the Marlins on Sunday, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. Harrison was briefly with the big-league club in early May, but he has spent the majority of his season with Triple-A Jacksonville. He's managed a .260/.324/.440 line at the level across 111 plate appearances, though he's striking out at a 37.8 percent clip. Harrison will serve as depth in the outfield while Adam Duvall (side ) remains unavailable.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Heads back to minors

    Harrison was optioned to Triple-A Jacksonville on Tuesday. Harrison spent four days on the big-league roster, going 1-for-5. He'll head to the minors for regular at-bats with Brian Anderson returning from an oblique injury in a corresponding move.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Packs bags for minors

    The Marlins optioned Harrison to Triple-A Jacksonville on Monday, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. In addition to Harrison, the Marlins also optioned another one of their top position prospects in first baseman Lewin Diaz to Jacksonville, where both he and Harrison will be able to play on an everyday basis. With Corey Dickerson, Starling Marte and Adam Duvall all seemingly locked in as at least large-side platoon players in the outfield, Harrison likely wouldn't have been in line to play more than two or three times per week had he made the Marlins' Opening Day roster.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Dons Golden Sombrero

    Harrison went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts in Wednesday's 29-9 loss to the Braves. In a game where quality pitching was difficult to come by for either side, Harrison somehow looked helpless at the plate, as he swung and missed eight times during the night. Harrison has now struck out four times twice already this season and at least three times on five occasions, leaving him with a bloated 56.4 K%. After Harrison, Steven Souza has the next-highest strikeout rate (48.4 percent) among all MLB players with at least 30 plate appearances this season.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Gets another callup

    The Marlins recalled Harrison from their alternate training site Monday. Harrison will return for his second stint with the big club after going 4-for-33 (.121 average) with a 3:21 BB:K over 14 games during his first callup period. With the Marlins acquiring Starling Marte ahead of last week's trade deadline to take over as the team's everyday center fielder, Harrison looks poised to fill a depth role while he's up with Miami.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Returns to alternate site

    Harrison was optioned to the alternate training site Friday. The 25-year-old was recalled in early August for his big-league debut with the Marlins in dire need of players following the team's COVID-19 outbreak, but he'll return to the alternate site with many of the impacted position players now active. Harrison struggled in his first taste of the majors, going 4-for-30 with one homer, one stolen base and 18 strikeouts in 13 games.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Saved from facing deGrom

    Harrison is not in Wednesday's lineup against the Mets, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports. Harrison would have likely been overmatched against Mets starter Jacob deGrom, so the Marlins will give him a strategic day off. Strikeouts have predictably been a big problem for Harrison thus far (55.9 percent strikeout rate) in his rookie season.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Retreats to bench

    Harrison isn't in the lineup Monday against the Mets. Harrison blasted his first home run of the season Saturday, but he'll take a seat for the second time in the past four games. In his absence, Magneuris Sierra will take over as the center fielder.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Launches first big-league homer

    Harrison went 1-for-2 with a walk and a solo home run in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Atlanta. With the Marlins down a run, the rookie led off the eighth inning by crushing a Will Smith fastball the other way and over the fence in right-center field for his first career homer. Harrison is still only hitting .150 (3-for-20) in nine games since his promotion, but Saturday's performance should give him a confidence boost.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Not starting Wednesday

    Harrison is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against Toronto, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Harrison hits the bench after starting three straight games. He's accomplished very little in the first 20 big-league plate appearances of his career, grabbing two hits while striking out 11 times. Magneuris Sierra will be the center fielder in his absence.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: On bench Friday

    Harrison is not in the lineup Friday against the Mets, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Harrison collected his first major-league hit and stolen base Thursday, but he'll return to the bench for Friday's contest. Magneuris Sierra will start in center field and bat ninth for the Marlins.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Rough intro to majors

    Harrison went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts in his big-league debut Tuesday. Getting the start in center field and hitting ninth, Harrison had trouble making any kind of contact. The 24-year-old has posted some big strikeout numbers in the minors, including a brutal 36.9 percent K-rate at Double-A in 2018, so Tuesday's performance can't be considered much of a surprise. If Harrison does begin to figure things out, however, he has the tools to make a fantasy impact.
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  • Marlins' Monte Harrison: Starting in big-league debut

    Harrison was recalled from the Marlins' alternate training site Tuesday and is starting in center field and batting ninth against the Orioles, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. The 24-year-old will unsurprisingly make his major-league debut Tuesday, with the Marlins returning to action after a week off due to the COVID-19 outbreak among the team's players and staff. Harrison had a .274/.357/.451 slash line with nine homers and 20 stolen bases at Triple-A last season and should see plenty of playing time, at least until the roster is back up to full strength.
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