1:47 PM EST, Tue March 03, 2015

Harrison enters camp focused on comeback

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The litany of injuries experienced by the Texas Rangers last season has set the table for many players to use spring training as an opportunity to continue working on their recovery and comeback. With pitchers and catchers officially reporting to Arizona for the opening of camp at the Surprise Recreation Complex on Friday, one of the many players Rangers fans are monitoring is Matt Harrison. The big left-hander continues his journey down an uncertain path after having spinal fusion surgery on June 3.
Rotoworld Feb 10, 2015

Harrison (back) playing catch at 90 feet - Matt Harrison (S) Texas Rangers

Matt Harrison (back) is still playing catch from a distance of 90 feet.
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Rangers | Matt Harrison working on mechanics

Texas Rangers SP Matt Harrison (back) is playing catch from 90 feet as he works ...

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