Harang became a free agent Monday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Harang indicated after the season that he is considering retirement. He was 6-15 with a 4.86 ERA and a 108:51 K:BB in 172.1 innings for the Phillies this year. If he continues playing, he will likely be of interest to a rebuilding club looking for a cheap starter that can eat innings.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang said he has yet to decide if he will pitch again next season, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Harang, 37, made his final start of the season Saturday against the Marlins. He allowed four runs (three earned) on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings. He finishes the season 6-15 with a 4.86 ERA and a 108:51 K:BB ratio in 172 1/3 innings.
Phillies veteran starter Aaron Harang has had his final start of the season moved up to Friday against the Marlins, per Ryan Lawrence of the Philadelphia Daily News.
Philadelphia will likely go with a bullpen game Saturday and use Harang on regular rest in a favorable matchup against Miami.
Phillies starter Aaron Harang (6-15) surrendered seven hits, two earned runs and two walks in Tuesday's 6-2 victory over the Marlins. He struck out three.
Harang turned in his strongest start since an Aug. 22 outing against these same Marlins in which he coincidentally also gave up two earned runs over seven frames. His 2-0 record against Miami notwithstanding, Harang has scuffled to a 4-15 record against the rest of his 2015 opponents and has given up at least one gopher ball in eight of his nine last starts.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang was not able to get out of the fifth inning during Tuesday's 14-8 win over the Mets and received a no-decision as a result.
Harang allowed four runs on five hits over 4 2/3 innings. He also struck out four and walked one. He surrendered a two-run home run to Yoenis Cespedes in the fifth inning.
Harang is winless in his last six starts.
Phillies starter Aaron Harang was given a five-run lead, but wasn't able to make it last Thursday against the Mets. The veteran right hander wound up allowing five runs on nine hits over six innings. He walked three and did not record a strike out.
The Phillies scored five runs in the bottom of the third inning to grab a 5-0 lead. But Harang sturggled to keep the ball in the park. He gave up a two-run home run to Travis d'Arnaud in the fourth inning. Then he allowed another two-run shot to Yoenis Cespedes and a solo homer to Kelly Johnson to tie the game in the fifth. The Mets went on to win the game 9-5 in 13 innings.
Harang was coming off one of his best starts of the season his last time out when he allowed two runs over seven innings against the Marlins. Still, he ends August going 0-3 with an unsightly 8.04 ERA in five starts.
Phillies veteran right-hander Aaron Harang broke a string of poor performances with a terrific outing against the Marlins on Saturday. Harang allowed two runs on two hits over seven innings. His command was a little off, as he walked four and struck out three, but he did a good job of limiting the damage to just two runs.
Harang did not factor in the final decision, as the Phillies rallied late to grab the 4-2 win and get Harang off the hook.
Both runs Harang allowed came in the third inning, but he was solid the rest of the way. Harang entered the game with a whopping 10.80 ERA over his previous three starts, so this was a much-needed bounceback for the 37-year-old veteran.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang dropped to 5-14 with a loss to Milwaukee on Sunday. Harang has lost three straight starts and given up 18 runs over 15 innings for a 10.80 ERA over that stretch.
Harang allowed six runs on seven hits over 4 2/3 innings on Sunday, his shortest outing of the year.
Harang gave up the fifth grand slam of his career and first since April 21, 2013.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang had one of his worst outings of the season during Monday's 13-3 loss to the Diamondbacks.
Harang matched his season-high with eight earned runs on 12 hits over 5 1/3 innings. He also struck out four and walked one. Harang surrendered solo home runs to Yasmany Tomas in the fourth inning and Welington Castillo in the fifth.
Harang is 0-2 over his last two starts. He has not produced a quality start in his last nine outings.
Phillies right-hander Aaron Harang was not sharp in his start against the Dodgers on Wednesday. The veteran Harang allowed four runs on seven hits over five innings. He struggled with his control in this one, as he walked five batters and struck out just one. He threw 104 pitches in his five innings, with 63 going for strikes in the 4-3 loss.
Harang (5-12, 4.11 ERA) got off to a bad start against one of his former clubs. He allowed a three-run home run to Yasiel Puig in the very first inning. Another run scored in the fifth, giving Harang his ninth loss in his past 10 starts.
Fresh off the disabled list, Phillies starter Aaron Harang earned his fifth win of the season in Thursday's 4-1 victory over the Braves. Harang was just activated from the DL earlier on Thursday, after missing nearly a month with a foot injury.
On Thursday, Harang limited the Braves to one run on nine hits over five innings. He walked one and struck out three, throwing 62 of his 96 pitches for strikes.
Harang (5-11, 3.97 ERA) gave up an early run in the third inning, but the Phillies were able to rally back in the middle innings to secure the victory.
This was a good return for Harang, who had allowed eight runs on 14 hits in his previous start back on July 1. With the win, Harang snapped a personal eight-game losing streak. He had not won a start since May 14.
The Phillies announced that starting pitcher Aaron Harang, who is on the 15-day disabled list with a foot injury, will start on Friday.
Harang's start will push back pitcher Cole Hamels, who was originally slated to throw on Friday. Hamels is at the center of continuous trade talks.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang will start a minor league rehab assignment at Triple-A Lehigh Valley this week, pitching coach Bob McClure said, per the News Journal.
Harang is recovering from plantar fasciitis in his left foot. He'll likely return to the mound on Wednesday for his first rehab start.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang traveled with the team to Chicago to test his sore foot.
Harang is on the disabled list with plantar fasciitis. He'll go through a pregame workout on Saturday, including a bullpen throwing session, per Philly.com.
Assuming the workout goes well, Harang could begin a minor league rehab assigment with Double-A Reading or Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Phillies shelved starter Aaron Harang is hoping he will require just one rehab start before returning to action.
Harang has been out since July 2 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
"Everything feels good," he told the News Journal. "It's a matter of seeing how everything feels (Saturday). ... It's the running aspect, the sprinting and stuff like that."
Harang must perform better than he did before going down to help the surging Phillies. He allowed 32 runs in his last 34 2/3 innings before landing on the disabled list.
Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Harang, who is on the 15-day disabled list, will need to throw a rehab game as the next step of his recovery, per Philly.com.
Harang was palced on the disabled list on July 2 because he is dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
Phillies pitcher Aaron Harang will return to Philadelphia to continue rehabbing from left foot plantar fascitis.
GM Ruben Amaro expects Harang to get in two bullpen sessions before the All Star Break, per the News Journal.
The Phillies placed pitcher Aaron Harang on the 15-day disabled list Thursday, the team announced.
Harang is dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot. He has lost his last eight starts and allowed eight runs in his start Wednesday
Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Harang continued his downward spiral this season with an abysmal outing on Wednesday against the Brewers.
Harang lost his eighth consecutive start after allowing 14 hits and eight runs in five innings of work.
Harang (4-11) has allowed 36 earned runs over his last eight starts.
Phillies veteran right-hander Aaron Harang had another sub-par outing on Friday. Harang gave up five runs (four earned) to the Nationals over six innings of work. He walked one and struck out five in the 5-2 defeat.
Harang gave up an early run in the top of the first inning, and then actually settled in to put up zeroes over the next four innings. But he gave up a pair of runs in the fifth, and then served up a two-run home run to Matt den Dekker in the sixth.
Harang (4-10) has now allowed four or more earned runs in each of his five starts this month. Entering June, his ERA was at 2.02. After Friday's performance, it sits at 3.56, and he hasn't picked up a win since May 14.
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