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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Chance to land Opening Day spot

    Harris, who finished the 2023 minor-league season at Triple-A Las Vegas, has a chance to secure a spot on the Opening Day roster with an impressive spring training, Martin Gallegos of reports. Gallegos notes Harris is clearly behind Jordan Diaz and the switch-hitting Abraham Toro in the hierarchy at the position as spring camp approaches, but the 25-year-old has shown solid upside during his rise through the organizational ranks. Harris earned his promotion to the highest level of the minors with a .283 average and .825 OPS across 69 games with Double-A Midland in 2023, and he more than held his own against Triple-A arms in the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League by generating a .271/.347/.419 slash line across 36 games to close out the minor-league campaign. Harris has impressed with his ability to make solid contact -- he's posted a sub-18.5 percent strikeout rate in four professional stops since the beginning of the 2022 season -- and has shown some welcome plate discipline at times with double-digit walk rates at both High-A Lansing and Midland.
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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Bumped up to Triple-A

    Harris has gone 3-for-12 with one double, three strikeouts and one walk in three games since getting promoted from Double-A Midland to Triple-A Las Vegas. Known for his strong defense at the hot corner and ability to make contact at a strong clip, Harris slashed .283/.399/.426 with five home runs and a 13.4 percent strikeout rate as one of the older legitimate prospects at Double-A. He turned 25 in June before getting the bump to Triple-A, and it's possible he could hit just enough to be a low-end everyday third baseman for Oakland.
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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Strong hit tool for Midland

    Harris has a .291/.399/.440 slash line with three home runs and four steals in 47 games for Double-A Midland. He has played 131 games for the RockHounds dating back to last year, so he should get a bump to Triple-A in the coming weeks. Harris turns 25 this month, so he's on the older side for a legitimate prospect at Double-A, but he has a solid hit tool and is a good enough defensive third baseman to potentially profile as the long-term option at the hot corner.
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