Matt Harrison

Philadelphia Phillies #54 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 09/16/85
  • Age: 36
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 225
  • Bats/Throws: L/L

Elvis Andrus, no longer a Ranger


One of the really special players in Rangers history has left the organization, and it leaves a hole in our fandom hearts

The Rangers plan, and searching for a superstar


The Rangers appear to be setting themselves up for a run at one of the franchise players hitting the market after the 2021 season

Rangers sign Eickhoff to minor league deal


The Texas Rangers have signed veteran Jerad Eickhoff to a minor league contract

This Day in Yankees History: Tommy John throws it all away


On this day, Tommy John accomplishes an ugly feat, while Alex Rodriguez turns back the clock.

Matt Harrison, Derek Holland, and the “what ifs” of weird pitcher injuries


Non-baseball-related injuries to Matt Harrison and Derek Holland derailed their careers and altered the direction of the Rangers’ franchise

Anatomy of a Contender: The 2011 Texas Rangers


The first installment in a hopefully well-received and long-running series about teams which are not that relevant to this blog.

Where are all the Phillies’ prospects?


The Phillies have now gone eight straight years without a winning season, and fans have suffered through a lot of bad baseball over that time: The team stumbled in 2012 and started to “reload” at...

We know where Eduardo Rodriguez has been but where is he going?


Pitchers who shared a common career path with Rodriguez to this point may give us some hints at what is to come.

How did we get here? Reevaluating the Cole Hamels trade four years later...


A look back at one of the most influential trades in the history of the Phillies franchise...

Mike Minor to start Opening Day


Lefty Mike Minor will get the ball for the Rangers on Opening Day, 2019

Two former Texas Rangers announce their retirement


Former Ranger catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia and former Ranger pitcher Dillon Gee each announced their retirement today

LL’s Top 50 Mariners Prospects 2019: 46-43


The list continues with two young players facing long odds and a pair of curiosities.