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Athletics' Hogan Harris: Returns to Triple-A
Harris was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas on Wednesday.
Harris was called up from Las Vegas on Tuesday and picked up a win as a bulk reliever in the Athletics' victory over the Royals, but he finds himself back in the minors a day later. The Athletics are expected to treat Wednesday's series finale as a bullpen day, so Harris will be swapped off the 26-man active roster for a fresh arm in lefty Sean Newcomb, whose contract was selected from Triple-A.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Wins as bulk reliever
Harris (3-6) earned the win Tuesday in the Athletics' 5-4 victory over the Royals, allowing four runs on five hits and two walks while striking out five over 3.2 innings.
Harris wasn't sharp, throwing 54 of 86 pitches for strikes in the bulk-relief outing, but he was able to keep the Athletics ahead after they took the lead in the second inning. It's an improvement on the eight runs in three innings he gave up Aug. 2 versus the Dodgers in his previous major-league outing. Harris has an uninspiring 6.00 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 56:28 K:BB over 63 innings through 14 appearances (six starts) in the majors this year. With Luis Medina (finger) on the injured list, Harris could stick as part of the rotation even if he continues to work behind an opener. Harris is tentatively lined up for a favorable road outing versus the White Sox over the weekend.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Called up, set for bulk-relief role
The Athletics recalled Harris from Triple-A Las Vegas, and he's expected to serve as a bulk reliever behind opening pitcher Dany Jimenez in Tuesday's game against the Royals, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Oakland optioned right-handed reliever Tayler Scott to Las Vegas to make room on the active roster for Harris, who returns to the big club after a three-week stay in the minors. Harris was demoted to Triple-A after posting a 10.29 ERA and 1.90 WHIP in his final five outings with Oakland, and he didn't show any major improvements during his time in Las Vegas. He was lit up for 14 earned runs on 14 hits and seven walks over six innings in his last two starts at Triple-A, inspiring little confidence about his prospects for Tuesday. Jimenez will likely work no more than one or two innings before turning the game over to Harris.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Could join Oakland rotation
Harris could be called up from Triple-A Las Vegas this week to join Oakland's rotation, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Outside of a few brief stretches, Harris has had little success at both the big-league and Triple-A levels this season, but he looks poised to get another look in Oakland with yet another starter in Luis Medina (finger) going on the injured list Monday. The Athletics now have openings in the rotation for games Tuesday and Wednesday against the Royals, and Harris could be a candidate to start either of those days. Harris is well rested after having not pitched at Triple-A since Aug. 15.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Sent back to Triple-A
Oakland optioned Harris to Triple-A Las Vegas on Thursday.
Harris was lit up for eight earned runs over three innings in a brutal start Wednesday night against the Dodgers. The 26-year-old left-hander has posted a 6.98 ERA across his first 59.1 major-league innings this season.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Hit hard early
Harris (2-6) allowed eight runs on nine hits and three walks while striking out two over three innings to take the loss Wednesday versus the Dodgers.
Harris turned in one of his worst outings of the year, giving up a season-high three home runs in the rough start. He's lost six of his last eight appearances, and with the Athletics among the worst teams in the majors, he can't rely on much support from his offense even when he's on his game. Harris is now at a 6.98 ERA, 1.48 WHIP and 51:26 K:BB through 59.1 innings this season. He's tentatively lined up for another challenging start at home versus the Rangers next week.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Takes loss as bulk reliever
Harris (2-5) allowed two runs on two hits and a walk while striking out three over 3.1 innings to take the loss Wednesday versus the Giants.
Harris followed opener Freddy Tarnok, who gave up three runs over 2.2 innings. Oakland briefly tied the game while Harris was on the mound, but he surrendered a two-run home run to Austin Slater in the sixth inning. Harris has taken the loss in five of his last seven outings, though this was the shortest one in that span. He's at a 6.07 ERA, 1.35 WHIP and 49:23 K:BB through 56.1 innings over 12 appearances (five starts) this season. The southpaw is tentatively lined up for a challenging road matchup against the Dodgers next week.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Slated for bulk-relief duty
Harris is in line for bulk-relief duty Wednesday in San Francisco, Sonja Chen of MLB.com reports.
Harris' appearances this season have been split evenly between starting and bulk-relief work. He will be following Freddy Tarnok, who is pretty stretched out himself.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Tosses quality start but takes loss
Harris (2-4) took the loss against Houston on Thursday, allowing two runs on four hits and no walks while striking out six batters over six innings.
Though he was tagged with the loss, this was one of Harris' better outings on the season, as he recorded his third quality start and tied his second-best tally with six punchouts. The southpaw had been in a funk over his previous four contests coming into Thursday, posting a 9.64 ERA and 2.20 WHIP across 18.2 frames. Harris has flashed some promise at times during his rookie campaign, but his overall 6.11 ERA and lack of consistency are evidence that he's not yet a reliable arm for fantasy purposes.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Set to work behind opener
Harris is expected to serve as the Athletics' primary pitcher out of the bullpen Saturday against the Twins with Austin Pruitt drawing the starting assignment.
Pruitt hasn't covered more than three innings in any of his appearances in the majors or minors this season, so Oakland likely won't ask him to work more than once through the batting order before turning the game over to Harris. Though Harris had been one of Oakland's more reliable starters since joining the rotation in late May, he labored in his final three outings before the All-Star break (9.20 ERA, 2.18 WHIP and 14:10 K:BB in 14.2 innings).... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Struggles in bulk relief
Harris allowed five runs on six hits and three walks while striking out five over four innings Saturday against the Twins.
Harris took over in the second frame for opener Austin Pruitt, who gave up a pair of runs in his lone inning of work. Harris didn't fare much better, serving up five runs, including a two-run homer to Michael Taylor, over four innings. The southpaw has now given up four or more runs and walked at least three batters in each of his last four appearances. However, Hogan had allowed only eight runs in his last 28 innings prior to the poor four outings.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Lit up for seven runs
Harris (2-3) took the loss Thursday, allowing seven runs on eight hits and four walks over 4.2 innings against the Tigers. He struck out six.
After giving up two runs in the first inning, Harris struck out the side in the second and appeared to be finding his groove. However, he continued to get himself into trouble, allowing the leadoff man to reach base in each of the next three innings while surrendering a season-high seven earned runs. The left-hander has now allowed at least four runs in each of his last three starts and has lost his last three decisions.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Falls to Yankees
Harris (2-2) took the loss Thursday, allowing five runs on nine hits and two walks over 5.1 innings against the Yankees. He struck out two.
Harris pitched fairly well through five innings, holding New York to two runs before surrendering three in the sixth, including a two-run homer by Josh Donaldson. Harris has now allowed eight earned runs through 10 innings over his last two starts after pitching to a 2.57 ERA in his previous five outings. Overall, the 26-year-old southpaw has a 5.17 ERA and 1.25 WHIP with a 29:15 K:BB through 38.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Starting Thursday's game
Harris will start for the Athletics on Thursday against the Yankees, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
The A's had held off naming a starter until now, but Harris always made the most sense. The rookie left-hander struggled his last time out, but that rough outing had been preceded by a 2.57 ERA across his prior 28 innings. This will only be Harris' third traditional start, but he's also had several bulk relief appearances.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Hit hard by Jays
Harris didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 7-3 loss to the Blue Jays, surrendering four runs on five hits and four walks over 4.2 innings of relief. He struck out six.
The lefty's strikeouts gave him a bit of a fantasy floor, and he avoided getting stuck with the loss, but only because opener Shintaro Fujinami had already put the A's in a hole they couldn't escape from before Harris set foot on the mound. The 26-year-old has held down a regular spot in the rotation in June, either as a traditional starter or bulk reliever, and the results have been mixed -- he has a 3.90 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 22:7 K:BB through 27.2 innings over five appearances. but all seven of those free passes came in two outings, making him a volatile option as a fantasy streamer. His next turn in the rotation lines up to come at home next weekend against the White Sox.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Following opener
Harris will follow an opener into Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Shintaro Fujinami will work as the opener but will likely only throw one inning. Harris has covered at least five frames in each of his last five appearances and has maintained a 2.57 ERA and 0.79 WHIP with a 21:4 K:BB across 28 innings in that stretch.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Pitches well in loss
Harris (2-1) allowed two runs on four hits and a walk while striking out seven over six innings, but he took the loss Sunday versus the Phillies.
Harris got off to a rough start when Kyle Schwarber tagged him for a solo home run in the first inning. Schwarber added an RBI single in the fifth for the other run on Harris' line, but the Athletics' offense couldn't get him off the hook. This was Harris' second good outing in a row -- his last was a seven-inning effort behind an opener, so Sunday marked his first quality start. The 26-year-old owns a 4.45 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 21:10 K:BB through 28.1 innings this season, and he's given up just two homers. He's projected for a road start in Toronto for his next outing.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Set for bulk role
Harris will serve as a bulk reliever behind opening pitcher Shintaro Fujinami in Tuesday's game versus the Rays, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.
Harris will follow Fujinami for the second time this month after he allowed two runs on five hits while striking out five batters over five innings June 2 in Miami. The 26-year-old owns a 3.00 ERA and 0.93 WHIP with a 7.2 K/9 over 15 innings in his last three outings, and he'll look to continue his productive run as the Athletics attempt to extend their six-game win streak Tuesday.... See More ... See Less
Athletics' Hogan Harris: Strong work Tuesday
Harris (2-0) allowed a run on four hits and struck out two over seven innings to earn the win Tuesday over the Rays.
Harris was deployed behind opener Shintaro Fujinami, who pitched a scoreless first inning. Despite the bulk-relief assignment, Harris put in an excellent performance, throwing 63 of 84 pitches for strikes. He became the pitcher of record when Oakland pulled ahead in the eighth inning and Trevor May converted the save in a 2-1 game. This was the longest outing of Harris' career, and it was also one of his best, though the lack of strikeouts is a little concerning. He has a 4.84 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 14:9 K:BB over 22.1 innings through five outings this season. Harris may continue to work behind an opener in his next appearance, which is tentatively scheduled for a home game versus the Phillies this weekend.... See More ... See Less
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