All posts tagged "Josh Harrison"

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Harrison Feeling Comfortable at Shortstop

    Photo by Mark Olson PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Over 18 games during Grapefruit League action, Josh Harrison has played at third, second and shortstop. Harrison, 24, is making progress at short during spring training. He is battling for a backup utility role, which would include playing games at short when Clint Barmes needs rest. "He’s making progress,"...

  • Analysis
    First Pitch: Why Matt Hague Should Start in Triple-A

    From the looks of things, the battle for the final two bench spots will come down to three players: Yamaico Navarro, Josh Harrison, and Matt Hague. If I'm making the decision, Navarro and Harrison get the call. First of all, Navarro and Harrison are better off the bench, considering the makeup of...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Utility Battle Heating Up During Final Week

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- The battle for the backup utility/bench job looks to be a tough competition during the final week of spring training. Other than the starting nine, the club has five spots for bench roles. Nate McLouth is a lock for the fourth outfielder, Michael McKenry will back up Rod Barajas...

  • Analysis
    Pirates and Phillies need to talk

    With the Phillies searching for middle infield backups, thanks to injuries to Chase Utley, Placido Polanco, and current utility infielder Michael Martinez, it may pay for GM Neal Huntington to lob a phone call to GM Ruben Amaro, Jr. The Pirates made a bold, yet subtle at the same time, statement this...

  • Game Recaps
    Four Run Rally, Long Balls, Give Pirates Win

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- Trailing 1-0 to the Boston Red Sox at McKechnie Field on Wednesday afternoon, the Pirates rallied for four runs off lefty Jon Lester in the 3rd inning. Josh Harrison ripped a leadoff double down the left field line to start the frame. Harrison, who finished the day 2-for-3, is hitting...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Go With Unusual Lineup in B Game

    The Pittsburgh Pirates played a seven inning B-game against the Minnesota Twins today at Pirate City. As with any B-game, the contest was extremely informal. Innings ended if a pitcher reached his pitch count, regardless of how many outs there were, or how many runners were on base. Players batted out-of-order, and...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    The Harrison Brothers Making Their Way in the Pirates Organization

    After practice at Pirate City, Josh Harrison is taking swings in the batting cages. He's rotating with his teammates, and after several turns through the cage, he announces that he is finished. Harrison stands and watches one more player take his last turn in the cage. As things are wrapping up, Josh...

  • Analysis
    Harrison, Cabrera Injury Updates

    Infielder Josh Harrison, who took a pitch off his left elbow in Saturday's 7-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays, was scratched for precaution as an extra for the Pirates Game roster today. It’s a bruise,“ General Manager Neal Huntington said. “We’re just going to give him the day, and see how...

  • Season Recaps
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2011 Position Recap: Third Base

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  • Game Recaps
    Game 161 Recap: Fielder Hits Three Homers

    Prince Fielder hit three homers and drove in five runs. Starters Ross Ohlendorf and Randy Wolf weren’t particularly effective. Each left the game before it was decided and wound up with a no decision. Fielder’s last homer was a two run shot that broke a 4-4 tie in the seventh. The small...

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