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Resurgent Harrison better than ever

SAN ANTONIO - Hampered by a chronic shoulder injury in 2007, Ben Harrison struggled with Double-A Frisco and High-A Bakersfield. But the outfielder is having little trouble at the plate this season, as he is batting .362 in his first 12 games. Lone Star Dugout features the prospect, who is quickly putting himself back on the prospect map.

Outfielder Ben Harrison enjoyed a breakout season in 2006 when he belted 26 home runs while batting .289 between High-A Bakersfield and Double-A Frisco. After cementing himself as one of the top power prospects in the Rangers' system, Harrison spent the following offseason playing winterball in Venezuela. The slugger batted .311 with 14 doubles and two home runs in just 39 games before separating... Recommended Stories

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