Latest Update Josh Harrison hits seventh home run Tue Jul, 29, 08:16 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 has been everything the Pirates could have hoped for this season, having yet to show signs of slowing down. Since returning from the All-Star break, Harrison is slashing .306/.350/.528 with two home runs, six RBI, six runs scored and four stolen bases as he remains a low-end five-tool contributor. Until he proves up otherwise he remains a must-start in all but the shallowest of league formats the rest of the way. Analyst: Matthew Beck
While he's obviously slowed down from some of his first-half prowess, Harrison has really blossomed into the ultimate super-sub for the Pirates and a fantasy fantasy asset. His multi-position eligibility has been huge and his ability to play between the infield and the outfield has allowed the Pirates to keep this spark-plug in the lineup on a regular basis. He is currently batting .294 with six home runs, 33 RBI and 13 stolen bases in just 282 at-bats. And if anyone saw his base-running Monday, you just can't help but be impressed.Analyst: Howard Bender
Harrison continues to be a major part of the Pirates most recent success, now hitting .291 with five home runs, 31 RBI and 11 stolen bases through 268 at-bats. Considering his multiple-position eligibility, Harrison should remain owned in practically all league formats even through his production is down somewhat in the month of July (.242 BA). Analyst: Matthew Beck
Harrison has been the talk of the town following his somewhat questionable All-Star selection, but the guy keeps finding ways to produce no matter where he is put on the field. His production has slipped slightly of late, however he is still slashing .297/.335/.452 with five home runs, 27 RBI and nine stolen bases plus if you add his multiple-position eligibility into the mix, you have yourself a solid fantasy option in deep league formats. Analyst: Matthew Beck