8:04 PM EST, Mon January 26, 2015

Fantasy Update

Jan 21, 2015
Matt Harrison (back) is now throwing from 75 feet.

Harrison pondered retirement, continues comeback

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Sometimes you have to sit back and think about whether it’s worth it. Yes, the money and fame that comes with being a baseball player is nice. You get recognized at the mall, in the park and while eating with the wife and kids. At times the club will ask you to sign autographs and meet the loyal fans. You get a great per diem for road trips. You travel first class. Wear nice clothes. Being a baseball player is cool. But Matt Harrison had to decide if it’s worth risking his health.
KFFL Jan 21, 2015

Rangers | Matt Harrison throwing without pain

Texas Rangers SP Matt Harrison (back) is throwing without any issues from 75 feet.

Matt Harrison progressing from injury

Texas Rangers left-hander Matt Harrison, who is recovering from back surgery, has started playing catch. Harrison has undergone three surgical procedures in an attempt to pitch again, and playing catch this week is a positive sign. He started just four games in 2014 before undergoing spinal fusion surgery on two disks in his lower back. GM Jon Daniels said Harrison is on target in his rehab and has received good reports from the medical staff regarding his recovery.

Texas Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison throws a baseball for first time since spinal fusion surgery

It barely was more than tossing a baseball from his couch – where he’s had to spend much of the last six months – to the TV, but for Matt Harrison playing a light round of catch on Wednesday constituted …
KFFL Jan 7, 2015

Rangers | Matt Harrison throws

Texas Rangers SP Matt Harrison (back) threw 30 times from 30 feet, 25 times from ...

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