Matt Harrison appears to be on pace to return to the rotation by mid-April.
The Rangers' two best left-handed starters won't be available at the beginning of season, but both seem to be progressing well in their rehab.
Matt Harrison would love nothing more than to open the season in the Rangers' rotation, but that's not happening.
Matt Harrison breezed through the first inning of his spring debut on Monday. The second inning told a different story.
Matt Harrison faced live hitters for the first time at spring training on Tuesday. That's a huge step, no matter who it was against.
Matt Harrison's back appears to be fine, but he still won't start the season on the active roster.
Matt Harrison still isn't ready to pitch, but he's getting there.
Every year, the folks at FanGraphs release Dan Szymborski's ZiPS projections for every big-league team, which is a computer-generated projection of every player in baseball's 2014 season.
Matt Harrison won't be ready for the start of the season, but it hopefully won't be much longer than that.
In the latest example of baseball players not being the toughest athletes in sports, Rangers' pitcher Matt Harrison suffers a setback while in bed.
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