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2024 Batting

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Batting Average
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On-base Plus Slugging
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Regular Season .116 3 5 .617 0

Top Brett Harris News

  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Sidelined at Triple-A

    Triple-A Las Vegas placed Harris on its 7-day injured list June 4 with an unspecified injury.

    After a three-week stint in Oakland, Harris was optioned to Las Vegas on May 24. The 25-year-old quickly settled back into an everyday role with the Triple-A club, but he suffered an apparent injury in his fourth start since he rejoined the affiliate and was deactivated a few days later. He's without a clear timeline to return to the Las Vegas lineup.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Heads back to Triple-A

    The Athletics optioned Harris to Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday.

    Harris came up from the minors May 3 in hopes of landing a starting job at third base for the A's, but he will now return to Las Vegas after slashing .116/.291/.326 through 55 plate appearances to begin his MLB career. The 25-year-old infielder was finding consistent success in Triple-A before getting called up, and it's still possible he enjoys another stint with the big-league club if his bat returns to form with the Aviators. Miguel Andujar (knee) was activated off the injured list Friday to take Harris' roster spot.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Losing work to Toro

    Harris isn't in the Athletics' lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rockies.

    Harris will be sitting on the bench while Abraham Toro starts at third base for the fourth time in Oakland's last five games. Harris hasn't tallied a hit since May 11 and is batting just .128 since coming up from Triple-A Las Vegas on May 3.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: On bench Sunday

    Harris is out of the lineup for Sunday's game at Kansas City.

    Harris will sit for the fourth time in Oakland's past six contests after he started the previous 11 games. Abraham Toro will take over at the hot corner and bat leadoff.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Breather Saturday

    Harris is not in the starting lineup Saturday versus the Royals.

    Harris will take a seat after he went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts in Friday's series opener. The 25-year-old is in the midst of an 0-for-10 stretch at the plate. Abraham Toro will draw the start at third base and bat leadoff against Kansas City.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Taking seat Tuesday

    Harris is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game at Houston, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.

    Harris started all 11 games at third base since being promoted by Oakland on May 3, and he'll receive a day off after he posted a .147/.333/.412 slash line in that stretch. Abraham Toro will man the hot corner while Zack Gelof (oblique) returns from the injured list to start at second base.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Belts third homer in twin bill

    Harris 2-for-6 with a solo home run, an RBI sacrifice fly, two walks and an additional run over both games of a doubleheader against the Rangers on Wednesday.

    The rookie uncorked his first homer since belting his first two big-league round trippers in only his second career game on Saturday versus the Marlins. Harris also continued to display some solid plate discipline for a rookie by drawing another pair of free passes, pushing his walk rate to a stellar 19.4 percent across his first 31 plate appearances.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Draws fifth consecutive start

    Harris will start at third base and bat ninth in Tuesday's game against the Rangers.

    The righty-hitting Harris has now started in five consecutive games at third base since being called up from Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday, with three coming against left-handed pitchers and two coming against righties. Tyler Nevin will find himself as the odd man out of the lineup Tuesday against Rangers righty Jose Urena, but Harris may need to string together more strong performances to ensure he remains more than a short-side platoon player moving forward. Harris turned some heads with a two-homer performance in his second major-league game Saturday, but he's otherwise gone 1-for-10 at the dish in his other three starts.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Pops first two major-league homers

    Harris went 2-for-5 with the first two hits and home runs of his major-league career in Saturday's 20-4 win over the Marlins.

    Harris went hitless in his major-league debut Friday, but on Saturday he played a big part in the rout of the Marlins. The rookie took Darren McCaughan deep both times, hitting a solo shot in the fourth inning before following with a two-run blast in the sixth. Harris also drew a walk and scored an additional run. The 25-year-old should continue to see pretty regular reps at third base for Oakland.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Selected to MLB roster

    The Athletics selected Harris' contract from Triple-A Las Vegas on Friday.

    Harris has slashed .289/.418/.456 with three homers and 20 RBI across 110 plate appearances in Triple-A. The 25-year-old has played most often as a third baseman, though he has seen a handful of reps at second base and shortstop. J.D. Davis (thigh) was reinstated from the injured list Friday and Tyler Nevin is playing well at the hot corner, so Harris doesn't figure to immediately enter into a starting role. Freddy Tarnok (hip) was placed on the 60-day IL to clear space on the 40-man roster.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Chance to land Opening Day spot

    Harris, who finished the 2023 minor-league season at Triple-A Las Vegas, has a chance to secure a spot on the Opening Day roster with an impressive spring training, Martin Gallegos of MLB.com reports.

    Gallegos notes Harris is clearly behind Jordan Diaz and the switch-hitting Abraham Toro in the hierarchy at the position as spring camp approaches, but the 25-year-old has shown solid upside during his rise through the organizational ranks. Harris earned his promotion to the highest level of the minors with a .283 average and .825 OPS across 69 games with Double-A Midland in 2023, and he more than held his own against Triple-A arms in the hitter-friendly Pacific Coast League by generating a .271/.347/.419 slash line across 36 games to close out the minor-league campaign. Harris has impressed with his ability to make solid contact -- he's posted a sub-18.5 percent strikeout rate in four professional stops since the beginning of the 2022 season -- and has shown some welcome plate discipline at times with double-digit walk rates at both High-A Lansing and Midland.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Bumped up to Triple-A

    Harris has gone 3-for-12 with one double, three strikeouts and one walk in three games since getting promoted from Double-A Midland to Triple-A Las Vegas.

    Known for his strong defense at the hot corner and ability to make contact at a strong clip, Harris slashed .283/.399/.426 with five home runs and a 13.4 percent strikeout rate as one of the older legitimate prospects at Double-A. He turned 25 in June before getting the bump to Triple-A, and it's possible he could hit just enough to be a low-end everyday third baseman for Oakland.

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  • Athletics' Brett Harris: Strong hit tool for Midland

    Harris has a .291/.399/.440 slash line with three home runs and four steals in 47 games for Double-A Midland.

    He has played 131 games for the RockHounds dating back to last year, so he should get a bump to Triple-A in the coming weeks. Harris turns 25 this month, so he's on the older side for a legitimate prospect at Double-A, but he has a solid hit tool and is a good enough defensive third baseman to potentially profile as the long-term option at the hot corner.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Arlington Heights, IL
Age: 25
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R