Matt Harrison: Likely in Texas Rotation (by Pr. Charles Henrickson)

Matt Harrison: Likely Rotation Member

Update: Harrison appears to have earned a spot in the Texas rotation. . . .

Recommendation: Harrison has enjoyed a very successful spring, and is expected to begin the year in Texas’ rotation as a result. . . . He’s worth a gamble in the late rounds at a minimum.

Oops! Wrong Matt Harrison! But our Matt Harrison, too, “has enjoyed a very successful spring” and “appears to have earned a spot in the Texas rotation.” Sometime in the next few days (barring an unforeseen delay), we should be finding out the names and numbers for the ballot in Houston. My guess is that Matt will be the “ace” of the five-man rotation!


Matt Harrison: Likely in Texas Rotation (by Pr. Charles Henrickson) — 9 Comments

  1. You know, I recall another player, a guy named Kieschnick, from Texas, who was let go about nine years after his debut. Sometimes, when the player isn’t getting the job done, you just need to make a change and bring in someone else.

    Brooks Kieschnick, of course, is the guy I’m talking about.

  2. The SF Giants have a Kieschnick prospect of their own, Roger Kieschnick, who was recently “reassigned.” We can hope the other Kieschnick is “reassigned” as well.

  3. Matt Harrison can have a spot in the rotation in Wrigleyville anytime he wants! Of course, since he serves in the holy city where they like to wear red, he may not want to take us up on the offer. But if he is smart, he should consider the offer to come to the Windy City since everyone knows “this is finally the year!”


  4. Well, no news release this afternoon, so I’m guessing there was some delay, probably that someone declined nomination, which set back the process of filling the ballot. Otherwise, I think they would have liked to have released the announcement before Holy Week.

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