ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Matt Harrison says he's more frustrated than anything that he won't pitch again this season for the Texas Rangers.
While summing up 2013 as "forgettable," Harrison said Wednesday that he's not mad. The Rangers' opening day starter says he did everything possible to get back after two operations on a herniated disk in his lower back.
Harrison was making his third rehab start Friday when he felt a twinge in his elbow and numbness in his hand. The Rangers believe those symptoms resulted from his back not being strong enough and the left-hander over-compensating in his delivery.
This was the first year of Harrison's $55 million, five-year contract that he got after winning 18 games and being an All-Star in 2012. He made only two starts, losing both.
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