The versatile Josh Harrison has agreed to a one-year, $XNUMX million deal with the Philadelphia Phillies, MLB Network's Jon Heyman reported Sunday.
Harrison's agency, MSM Sports, also announced the deal with Philadelphia. But even the club has not confirmed the news.
Josh Harrison, 35, played in 119 games with the White Sox during the 2022 season. He hit .256 with seven home runs. On defense, he started 85 games at second base and 20 at third, showing off his versatility.
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In his 12-year major league career he has also had experience at shortstop and outfield.
Josh Harrison is a two-time All-Star and made a name for himself in the Big Top playing for the Pirates from 2011-2018.