Jeff Harris

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Jeff Harris MLB Career Stats

2-5 4.26 57.0 26 1.25

Jeff Harris Bio

  • Full Name: Jeffrey Austin Harris
  • Born: 7/4/1974 in Alameda, CA
  • Draft: 1995, Minnesota Twins, 28th rd. (772nd overall)
  • College: San Francisco
  • Debut: August 2, 2005
  • Ret., Final Game: 4/11/2006
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MLB Career Stats 2 5 4.26 14 8 0 57.0 26 1.25


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Full name: Jeffery Austin Harris...Wife's name is Kimberly...The couple has one daughter, Rilyn (4/2/06)...Resides in Surprise, AZ...Graduated from Pinole (CA) High School in June, 1992...Graduated from Contra Costa Community College (CA) in 1994...Attended the University of San Francisco....Originally drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 28th round of the June 1995 draft. 2006 Split the season between Seattle and AAA Tacoma and was on the disabled list for two months from May 3-July...Was a member of Seattle's opening day roster and appeared in 3 games for the Mariners, all in relief... Allowed his first runs of the season (2 ER/1.1 IP) on April 11 at Cleveland before being optioned to AAA Tacoma April 12...Placed on the Major League disabled list with right shoulder tendonitis after outing of May 1 and pitched 2.0 innings for the Peoria Mariners during a rehab assignment in early July before being released July 18...Was re-signed to a minor league contract July 23...Appeared in two games with Peoria before being promoted to Tacoma Aug. 3...Pitched in eight games for Tacoma in Aug. and one in Sept...Was 0-0 w/a 3.60 ERA in 11 relief appearances for Tacoma (15.0IP, 18H, 6ER)...Harris pitched in Venezuela for Lara and posted a record of 4-3 w/a 2.51 ERA in 11 outings (10GS, 61.0IP, 45H, 17ER, 26K). 2005 Began the season with double-A San Antonio, where he was 5-0, 2.10 in 11 games... was 4-0, 1.66 in nine relief appearances and 1-0, 2.84 in two starts...struck out 31 with only eight walks for San Antonio...fanned 11 on May 4 in his first start of the season following six relief appearances...transferred to triple-A Tacoma on May 23...was 5-2, 2.90 (20 ER/62.0 IP) in 15 games (8 starts) with Tacoma from May 24-July 28...selected to Seattle on Aug. 2 and made his Major League debut later that day in Detroit...pitched 5.0 scoreless innings (3 hits) in relief after Jorge Campillo left the game after one inning with an injured elbow...became the first Seattle pitcher to go five or more innings in his Major League debut (and leave the game without surrendering a run) since Pat Rice on May 18, 1991 at Yankee Stadium (5.2 IP, 2 hits, 0 BB, 3 K)...the last Mariner to pitch at least 5.0 scoreless innings in his Major League debut was Ken Cloude on Sept. 9, 1997, but he later allowed three runs in the seventh inning...first Major League start on Aug. 7 at the Chicago White Sox (5.2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, 2 HR)...the two home runs accounted for all three runs in the game...was optioned to triple-A Tacoma on Aug. 14 and appeared in one game for the Rainiers (6.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, 1 HR)...picked up his first Major League win in Texas on Aug. 25 after being recalled from triple-A earlier that day (7.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 2 K)...was 2-1, 2.28 (7 ER/27.2 IP) in five games (three starts) in Aug. (2.84 as a starter, 1.04 as a reliever)...overall, was 2-5, 4.50 (22 ER/44.0 IP) in eight starts and 0-0, 2.79 (3 ER/9.2 IP) in three relief appearances. 2004 Started 2004 season with Aguascalientes in the Mexican League, appearing in five games...made two starts with Quebec on May 27 and June 2...signed minor league contract with Seattle on June 4...appeared in 26 games, eight starts with Tacoma...went 3-1 with a 3.67 ERA (41.2 IP, 17 ER) as a starter...held opponents to a .223 average...tossed a 7.0 inning complete game shutout allowing only three hits and striking out seven in his final start of the season on Sept. 4 vs. Tucson. 2003 Spent 2003 season with Quebec, starting 18 games...finished second in shutouts (2), fourth in innings pitched (129.1) and wins (9), fifth in strikeouts (119) and seventh in ERA (2.51). 2002 Spent second season with Chico in 2002...led league in strikeouts (109), shutouts (1), complete games (3) and innings pitched (135.2), second in starts (19) and ERA (2.85), fourth in wins (9) and fifth in home runs allowed (11). 2001 Released by Minnesota on January 11, 2001...spent season with Chico in 2001...led league in games started (20) and wins (11)...finished second in innings pitched (130.1) and hits (144), third in runs (78), fourth in strikeouts (99) and complete games (2), fifth in walks (46), home runs allowed (11) and losses (7) and ninth in ERA (3.94). 2000 Spent 2000 season with New Britain, appearing in 24 games in relief...led the league in games started (20). 1999 Began 1999 season with Salt Lake...transferred to New Britain, May 18...promoted to Salt Lake, May 21...transferred to New Britain, July 15. 1998 Began 1998 season with New Britain... promoted to Salt Lake, June 27...pitched for Obregon in Mexican Winter League. 1997 In 1997, began the season at Ft. Myers...promoted to New Britain, June 19...was second among Eastern League relievers in batting average against (.199)...pitched for Sun Cities in the Arizona Fall League. 1996 Spent 1996 season with Ft. Wayne, appearing in 42 games in relief...led club in games and was 10th in wins. 1995 Originally drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 28th round of the June 1995 draft...began pro career with Elizabethton in 1995...appeared in 21 games, all in relief.