Found September 12, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The rest did Matt Harrison some good. After getting two extra days of rest following two poor starts, the Texas Rangers left-hander breezed through the Cleveland Indians for five innings on the way to a 6-4 win Tuesday. Harrison had a perfect game through three innings, a no-hitter through four and was in complete command heading to the sixth. Harrison appeared to either fatigue or let down during the fifth and sixth innings. He allowed six of nine hitters to reach after the start of the fifth inning. After back-to-back, two-out Cleveland hits produced a second run against him in the sixth, Harrison was finished for the night following 87 pitches. "The first three innings, he was sharp as he could possibly be," manager Ron Washington said. "In the fourth, fifth and sixth, he started getting the ball up. I wasn't taking any more chances. ... "For a minute there, I thought he would go way deep in the ballgame without a lot of pitches. They fought for ...
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