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Pirates’ Josh Harrison Jukes Entire Rockies Infield Avoiding Rundown (Video)

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Josh Harrison might want to try out for running back when he’s finished with baseball. Your browser does not support iframes. While this sequence of base running was truly amazing; it wasn’t to be in vain. Harrison went 4-6 on the night against the Colorado Rockies, helping to propel them to a 7-5 victory. The breathtaking rundown didn’t happen...
Via BlackSportsOnline
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Josh Harrison Overslides Bag on Steal, Somehow Evades Tag and Pickle

Pirates outfielder Josh Harrison successfully swiped second base in the 6th inning during his team’s win in Colorado on Sunday, but proceeded to overslide the bag. Instead of simply electing to give up and accept a quick tag from Rockies shortstop Josh Rutledge, Harrison began scampering to third base, initiating a seemingly impossible pickle. Not only did Harrison successfully...
Via Next Impulse Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates’ Josh Harrison Escapes Rundown With Crazy Moves (Video)

Pittsburgh Pirates utility man Josh Harrison can escape a rundown like no other player can. The first-time National League All-Star narrowly avoided getting tagged in a pickle during a June 27 game against the New York Mets. Harrison topped that performance on Sunday against the Colorado Rockies with some elusive moves that any NFL team would like to have in its backfield. Harrison...
Via NESN.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pirates 7, Rockies 5

The Pirates were able to escape Colorado without a total disaster, as they navigated through a loooooooong back-and-forth contest and eventually emerged with a series-salvaging win. Seriously, talk about good timing for this Sunday Trib feature on baseball’s slow-pace problem. This was a nine inning game with no rain delays and it took 3:58. By the time a normal game would have...
Via Raise the Jolly Roger!
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: Josh Harrison named to All-Star team

The Midsummer Classic is supposed to be for players having all-star years, but that is not always the case. Pittsburgh Pirates utility man Josh Harrison deserves to represent his team despite not being the typical everyday player. Harrison is having a surprising season for the Pirates and earned his first all-star bid on Sunday. Anyone who questions the decision to have a super-utility...
Via isportsweb.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Pirates Josh Harrison Juking Entire Mets Infield During Rundown (Video)

It’s very rare that you see a baseball player escape a rundown without being tagged out. Well, Pirates utility man Josh Harrison did just that against the New York Mets. In the bottom of the 10th inning with the game tied this past Friday, Harrison was caught between second and third, but managed to put on a scintillating show dodging every Mets’ infielder to get to third base...
Via Blog Surface
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Josh Harrison Escapes Rundown With Epic Base Running Jukes

On Friday night, Josh Harrison of the Pittsburgh Pirates was seemingly stuck between second and third base with no way to escape. Instead, Harrison pulled off some slick maneuvers and reached third base safe. Your browser does not support iframes. Keep in mind that this all transpired in the 10th inning of a tie game. The Pirates, however, would fail to bring home Harrison despite...
Via Next Impulse Sports
29 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Josh Harrison beats rundown with crazy baserunning

Here is a GIF of the botched rundown/blown call by the umpires #Mets http://t.co/gQ9NFbDI3t — #ImWithTowels (@MetsKevin11) June 28, 2014 Pirates outfielder Josh Harrison is one hell of a baserunner. On Friday’s game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Mets, Harrison displayed one of the most amazing base running plays you’ll ever see. In the 10th inning of a tie game...
Via The Sideline
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

GIF: Pirates Josh Harrison Runs Out Of Base Line, Somehow Called Safe vs Mets

In the bottom of the 10th inning, the Pittsburgh Pirates Left Fielder Josh Harrison was on 2nd base with nobody out when he was caught in a rundown by Jenrry Mejia. What happened next defies all logic of umpiring and baseball over the past 150 years Here is a GIF of the botched rundown/blown call by the umpires #Mets http://t.co/gQ9NFbDI3t — #ImWithTowels (@MetsKevin11) June 28...
Via The Daily Stache
June 27, 2014  |  1 Comment

Pittsburgh Pirates: Why Josh Harrison has been the biggest surprise

Josh Harrison Right field wasn’t exactly a power position for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Both Jose Tabata and Travis Snider were struggling, but then Josh Harrison worked his way into the starting role. The Cincinnati native has often been ridiculed by fans. Many questioned why he was even on the roster and thought he would never be anything more than a minor league baseball player...
Via isportsweb.com
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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