Latest Update Harrison with three-hit night Friday Sat Aug, 09, 06:54 AM
Possesses plenty of position versatility, both as an outfielder and infielder, and base-stealing speed. Can hit for average and be used as a table-setter (or pinch-hitter).
Flaws: : He's a little on the smallish side, so he doesn't generate a lot of home-run power. Isn't great at any one position, so he's not a great option to be used every day.
Harrison continues to be a spark in the Pirates offense in 2014, and is now hitting .520 with five extra-base hits (1 HR), one RBI, eight runs scored and two stolen bases over his last six games, which is a span that includes four multi-hit performances. He has settled in nicely atop the Pirates lineup and as long as he can maintain his .351 on-base percentage, he will be a solid contributor in both runs scored and stolen bases at the very least as the season progresses. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Harrison hut himself sliding into the bag but managed to stay in the game. He'll be day-to-day for a little while so look for Pedro Alvarez to find his way back into the lineup.Analyst: Howard Bender
Harrison appeared to be in serious pain and spent a couple minutes on the ground before walking off the field under his own power. Hopefully he'll be ok, but it doesn't look great for Harrison at the moment. Analyst: Ben Diamond
Cabrera fell on Harrison's legs after Harrison sled into second base, and appeared to be in severe pain after the play. He attempted to stand up afterwards and fell down once again in pai before being walking off the field under his own power. THe fact that he was able to walk off the field is a great sign, but seeing his reaction following the play suggests that the injury is a serious one. The Pirates should provide an update soon on Harrison, but fantasy owners should be prepared for Harrison to be out for a few days at the bare minimum. Analyst: Ben Diamond