Will Harris

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En Vivo

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Pitcheos: Strikes, Bolas

Will Harris Stats de por vida de Primavera
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W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
5-1 1.47 30.2 28 0.95

Will Harris Estadísticas de por vida en MLB

W-L PCL IL SO WHIP
11-12 3.00 234.1 244 1.13

Will Harris Biografía

  • Nombre Completo: William Taylor Harris
  • Nacido: 8/28/1984 en Houston, TX
  • Draft: 2006, Colorado Rockies, 9th rd. (258th overall)
  • Universidad: Louisiana State
  • Debut: 8/13/2012
  • Familiar(es): hermano de Clay Harris
Más Info Biográfica +
Año G P PCL J Aperturas SV IL SO WHIP
Stats de por vida de Primavera
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5 1 1.47 29 0 4 30.2 28 0.95
Estadísticas de por vida en MLB 11 12 3.00 244 0 14 234.1 244 1.13

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Will Harris Estadísticas

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Will Harris Estadísticas Avanzadas

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Will Harris Eventos de Statcast

Fantasía

Will Harris Pronósticos del 2016

Duración G P PCL J Aperturas JC BL SV OSV IL H C CL H4 GP BB BBI SO WHIP
Resto de la Temporada
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3 2 3.60 55 0 0 0 4 4 55.0 50 24 22 6 2 18 0 57 1.24
Acumulativa
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3 2 3.60 55 0 0 0 4 4 55.0 50 24 22 6 2 18 0 57 1.24
Duración G P PCL J Aperturas JC BL SV OSV IL H C CL H4 GP BB BBI SO WHIP
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3 2 3.60 55 0 0 0 4 4 55.0 50 24 22 6 2 18 0 57 1.24
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3 2 3.60 55 0 0 0 4 4 55.0 50 24 22 6 2 18 0 57 1.24

Will Harris Noticias de Fantasía

3 de February de 2017 a las 8:21 ET

Harris, Astros avoid arbitration with two-year deal

The Astros have avoided arbitration with right-hander Will Harris by agreeing to a two-year, $5 million deal, a source told MLB.com on Friday.

31 de January de 2017 a las 6:23 ET

Astros have arbitration dates with three players

The Astros have hearing dates set with their three remaining arbitration-eligible players: right-handed starting pitcher Collin McHugh (Feb. 10), infielder Marwin Gonzalez (Feb. 14) and All-Star relief pitcher Will Harris (Feb. 17), a source told MLB.com on Tuesday.

Premios

Will Harris Premios

AL All-Star

Año Equipo League
2016 Houston AL

MiLB.com Organization All-Star

Año Equipo League
2012 Colorado NL

Will Harris Tabla de líderes

Salvados

Season SV Rank
2016 12 17th in AL

Juegos

Season J Rank
2015 68 16th in AL
2016 66 16th in AL

Ventajas Preservadas

Season VP Rank
2015 13 25th in AL
2016 28 1st in AL

Will Harris Transacciones recientes

Team Date Transaction
3 de noviembre de 2014 Houston Astros reclamado RHP Will Harris fuera de waivers de Arizona Diamondbacks.
18 de agosto de 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks llamado RHP Will Harris de Reno Aces.
8 de agosto de 2014 Reno Aces activan a RHP Will Harris.
4 de agosto de 2014 RHP Will Harris estado en la lista cambian a por Reno Aces.
17 de junio de 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks opcionado RHP Will Harris para Reno Aces.
9 de junio de 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks llamado Will Harris de Reno Aces.
14 de abril de 2014 Arizona Diamondbacks opcionado RHP Will Harris para Reno Aces.
8 de mayo de 2013 Arizona Diamondbacks llamado Will Harris de Reno Aces.
6 de abril de 2013 Arizona Diamondbacks reclamado RHP Will Harris fuera de waivers de Oakland Athletics.
6 de abril de 2013 Arizona Diamondbacks opcionado Will Harris para Reno Aces.
3 de abril de 2013 Oakland Athletics reclamado Will Harris fuera de waivers de Colorado Rockies.
3 de abril de 2013 Oakland Athletics opcionado RHP Will Harris para Sacramento River Cats.
1 de abril de 2013 RHP Will Harris asignado a Tulsa Drillers.
29 de marzo de 2013 Colorado Rockies designado Will Harris para la asignación.
15 de marzo de 2013 Colorado Rockies opcionado Will Harris para Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
11 de agosto de 2012 Colorado Rockies seleccionado el contrato de Will Harris de Colorado Springs Sky Sox.
12 de julio de 2012 Will Harris asignado a Colorado Springs Sky Sox de Tulsa Drillers.
30 de marzo de 2012 Will Harris asignado a Tulsa Drillers de Modesto Nuts.
5 de mayo de 2011 Will Harris asignado a Modesto Nuts de Tri-City Dust Devils.
4 de abril de 2011 Will Harris asignado a Tri-City Dust Devils de Tulsa Drillers.
24 de septiembre de 2009 Will Harris estado en la lista cambian a por Tulsa Drillers.
20 de junio de 2009 Tulsa Drillers envian a RHP Will Harris una asignación de rehabilitación a Tri-City Dust Devils.
16 de abril de 2009 Tulsa Drillers ponen a RHP Will Harris en la 7-día lista de deshabilitado.

Info Biográfica de William Taylor Harris

Graduated from Slidell High School (La.) in 2002 where he pitched and played first base...earned All-State, All-Parish and AllDistrict recognition...owned an 8-1 record with a 0.98 ERA during his junior season... Went on to play at the collegiate level at Louisiana State University (LSU)...was a starter at first base from 2004-05, and started 56 games at third base in his senior season (2006)...appeared in 13 games that year as a relief pitcher, posting a 1-2 record with a 3.79 ERA, seven walks and 20 strikeouts... As a freshman at LSU, Will and his brother Clay became the first brother tandem to start in the same game for LSU (March 2, 2003, at Long Beach State) since Albert and Terry Belle did so in 1987...Will started at first base and Clay at third in the 7-2 LSU win... Was named to the 2004 NCAA Regional AllTournament Team after leading the Tigers with a .429 average in seven tournament games...helped push LSU to a berth in the College World Series. Drafted by Colorado in the ninth round of the June 2006 draft...signed by Rockies scout Damon Iannelli... Was claimed off waivers by Houston from Arizona on Nov. 3, 2014...was eligible for arbitration for the first time in his career this past offseason...signed a two-year deal for the 2017-18 seasons that also included a club option for 2019 on Feb. 3, 2017.

2016

Named to his first career All-Star Team in what was his sixth Major League season and second with Houston...finished 11th among AL relievers in ERA...became the first Astros reliever to post an ERA below 2.30 in consecutive years since RHP LaTroy Hawkins (2008-09)...was tied for the AL lead in holds (28) with RHP Dellin Betances and RHP Nate Jones...his 28 holds ranked tied for third in club history for a single season with RHP Pat Neshek (2015) and RHP Brad Lidge (2003), behind two separate seasons by RHP Octavio Dotel (33 in 2003; 31 in 2002)...became one of two pitchers in Major League history to have a season with at least 12 saves and 28 holds (also RHP Dellin Betances in 2016)...set career-best marks in strikeouts (69), saves, strikeout to walk ratio (4.60), groundball percentage (58%) and walks per 9.0 innings ratio (2.11), while falling two appearances shy of his career high of 68 set in 2015...posted two franchise record streaks...was scoreless in a club-record, 26 consecutive appearances from April 9-June 8...also had a franchise-record, 37-game streak without allowing an extra-base hit from April 7-July 5...allowed a run in his first outing of the season (April 7 at NYY), before rattling off his club-record, 26-game scoreless appearance streak that spanned 26.1 innings...the previous club record was a 25-game streak set by LHP Billy Wagner from 1999 2000...posted the third-longest single season scoreless inning streak by a reliever in club history (26.1 innings from April 9-June 8)...was the longest since RHP Dave Smith's club-record streak of 27.2 innings set in 1987...was also the second-longest scoreless inning streak by a Major Leaguer in 2016, behind RHP Michael Fulmer's 33.1-inning streak...did not allow an extra-base hit in each of his first 37 appearances of the season...the previous club-record streak of games without allowing an extra-base hit was held by RHP Dave Smith (34 games from 1986-87)...the last Major Leaguer with a streak this long was LHP Charlie Furbush (37 games from 2014-15)...was the longest streak to begin a season since RHP Wade Davis' MLB-record, 43-game streak to begin the 2014 season...allowed four runs on July 8 vs. OAK...had gone 42 consecutive games (dating back to Sept. 26, 2015) without allowing multiple runs in an outing, which was the fifth-longest streak in club history, and the longest since LHP Trever Miller's 50-game run from 2006-07...converted each of his first nine save opportunities of the season until suffering a blown save on July 19 at OAK...was the longest consecutive saves streak by an Astros pitcher since RHP Luke Gregerson's 16-game run from 2015-16...was named an AL All-Star for the first time in his career, and tossed a scoreless 0.1 of an inning in the All-Star Game at Petco Park on July 12...struck out Aledmys Diaz looking with two outs and the bases loaded in the 8th inning to help preserve a 4-2 lead for the AL...was scoreless in 16 of his final 18 outings of the season, posting a 1.04 ERA (2ER/17.1IP), 20 strikeouts and a .183 opponent average (11x60) in that span.

2015

Had one of the best seasons by an Astros reliever in club history, leading the team in appearances (68) and relief innings (71.0) while ranking fourth among AL relievers in ERA (1.90) and opponent batting average (.168)...marked the lowest ERA by a Houston reliever since RHP Brad Lidge posted a 1.90 mark in 2004...his opponent batting average was the lowest produced by a right-handed reliever in a single season in club history, and the fourth-lowest overall behind LHP Tony Sipp (.157 in 2014) and LHP Billy Wagner (.135 in 1999 and .165 in 1996)...posted career lows in ERA, opponent average and WHIP (0.90)...his groundball rate of 52.2% was a career high (previously 48.6% in 2013)...led the Majors with a .129 (15x116) opponent batting average against lefties, which also set a new club record for a single season (previously RHP Bill Dawley, .148 in 1983)...set an Astros franchise record by posting a .116 opponent batting average (16x138) during the first half of the season (min. 150 batters faced)...the record was previously held by LHP Billy Wagner, who posted a .126 (18x143) opponent average during the first half of the 1999 season...was tied for ninth among AL relievers in wins (5)...made his second appearance on an Opening Day roster...began the season with a 10-game scoreless streak, which marked the longest start of season streak byan Astro since 2008, when LHP Tim Byrdak and RHP LaTroy Hawkins started their seasons with 17-game runs...his scoreless streak to start 2015 coincided with his season-ending, 16-game scoreless streak with Arizona in 2014...amounted to a career-long, 26-game, 28.2-inning scoreless streak from Aug. 19, 2014-May 2, 2015...was the longest active scoreless innings streak in the Majors at the time, directly ahead of LHP Aroldis Chapman (26.1IP)...the 16-game scoreless streak to end 2014 marked a new Arizona club record...struck out three batters in three consecutive appearances from April 28-May 6...marked the longest such streak by an Astros reliever since RHP Philip Humber did so in 2013...tallied his first career Major League save on Aug. 6 vs. OAK...struck out a career-high five batters on Aug. 16 vs. DET...pitched 2.0 innings in the outing, which also marked a career high...made his postseason debut with Houston, pitching in four total games...tossed a hitless 8th inning in the AL Wild Card Game at NYY...made three appearances in the ALDS against the Royals, allowing five runs (four earned) in 2.0 innings.

2014

In 29 relief appearances over three stints with Arizona, was 0-3 with three holds and a 4.34 ERA (14 ER/29.0 IP)...averaged 10.86 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (35 strikeouts), up from 9.06 in 2013...began the season with Arizona, appearing in seven games before being sent down to Triple A Reno...tossed 2.0 scoreless innings on Opening Day vs. LAD in Sydney, Australia...compiled a career-high 16-game scoreless streak from Aug. 19 through the end of season (15.2 IP)…the 15.2 scoreless innings were tied for the fifth longest streak to end the season…the 16-game scoreless streak to end a season marked a new Arizona club record...was 3-2 with a save and a 0.99 ERA (5ER/45.2IP) in 43 games with Reno…led all minor league relievers (min. 40 games) in ERA at the time of his final promotion on Aug. 18.

2013

Was 4-1 with a 2.91 ERA (17 ER in 52.2 IP) in 61 games in his first season with Arizona. Went to Spring Training with Colorado and was designated for assignment on March 29…claimed off waivers by Oakland on April 3 and by D-backs on April 6. Tied for seventh among NL rookies in appearances (also Brewers' Jim Henderson)…61 games also tied for fifth most by a D-back rookie in club history (also Doug Slaten in 2007). Recorded a 0.93 ERA (3 ER in 29.0 IP) on the road, the lowest among all NL relievers (min. 30 G) and thirdlowest in baseball…only Koji Uehara (0.74) and Tanner Scheppers (0.76) were better. Career-high 11 straight scoreless outings from June 9-July 4 (9.1 IP). Was 0-0 with a 4.63 ERA and 2 saves (6 ER in 11.2 IP) in 12 games with Triple-A Reno.

2012 Began the season at Triple-A Colorado Springs and was selected to the Major League roster on 8/11...Harris went on to make his Major League debut on 8/13 vs. MIL...in that outing he allowed three runs on two hits, one home run and one strikeout in 1.0 inning. Following his MLB debut, Harris tossed six scoreless outings, allowing three hits, no walks and seven strikeouts over 6.2 innings from 8/15-25. Earned his first Major League win 8/15 vs. MIL with 2.0 perfect innings. Had multiple strikeouts in six of his outings...finished the season with a 9.7 strikeout per 9.0 inning rate. Made 13 appearances for Triple-A Colorado Springs in his first stint in Triple-A...picked up the win in his Triple-A debut at Tacoma on 7/13 after working a perfect 10th inning of the Sox 4-3 extra inning victory. Had the lowest ERA for any Sox pitcher with 10 appearances (1.02) in his 17.2 innings of work...also had the lowest opponent batting average (.145) and WHIP (0.57)...only allowed two runs in his 17.2 ip with Sox...did not allow a run in first five appearances for the Sox (7.0 ip). 2011 In his first action since the beginning of the 2009 season, saw action in 33 games out of the High-A Modesto bullpen ... was used primarily in late relief, allowing just two runs in 10.1 ip in the eighth inning. 2010 Spent the entire season on the disabled list. 2009 Made just one appearance with Short Season Tri-City on the season, pitching just 1.0 inning. 2008 Spent the full season with High-A Modesto and led the club in relief ERA among Nuts relievers with at least 50.0 ip ... by posting a 2.77 ERA (61.2 ip, 19 er) he has now owned a sub-3.00 ERA in all three professional seasons...opponents batted .221 (51-for-231) against him with lefties at .212 (22-for-104) and righties .228 (29-for-127) ... posted a 2.28 ERA (38.1 ip, 12 er) prior to the All-Star break and a 2.70 ERA (23.1 ip, 7 er) after the break. 2007 Pitched the entire year for Low-A Asheville making 38 relief appearances ... had the lowest ERA (1.32) of any Asheville pitcher ... led all Asheville relievers in strikeouts (68), as he had more strikeouts than innings pitched (47.2) ... his 38 appearances were the fourth-most on the team ... allowed earned runs in 6 of his 38 appearances ... did not allow an earned run from 6/28-7/24, a span of 11 appearances (12.1 ip) ... struck out a season-high 6 batters in 2.0 innings of work on 7/3. 2006 Spent first professional season with Tri-City ... was unscored upon in 19 of 22 games ... earned first professional save on 7/12.