Brian Harrison Applies The Tag We announced a couple weeks ago that 1B Prospect Brian Harrison was retiring from baseball after being drafted in 2010. Knowing it must have been a difficult decision for him to retire and say goodbye to the game at 25, I reached out to Brian to ask him about his time in the minors and why he chose to hang ‘em up. He was kind enough to give MMO some...
Adam Rubin tweeted on Thursday that Mets infield prospect Brian Harrison retired from the game. This is the second Mets minor league player to decide it was time to hang up his cleats in the last two weeks. Harrison was signed by the Mets in the 13th round of the 2010 June Amateur draft from Furman University in South Carolina. He played three years at Furman University and in...
Corner Infielder Brian Harrison was picked by the Mets in the 13th round of the 2010 MLB draft, 392nd overall and signed with the team for a reported $125,000. Brian was also a former 29th round selection of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2007 draft. Brian has spent four seasons thus far in the Mets organization, reaching as high as the (A+) St. Lucie Mets in 2013. In a combined...
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