Travis Harrison

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Travis John Harrison

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Biographical Information[edit]

Travis Harrison hit 13 home runs as a high school senior. The Minnesota Twins then took the third baseman with the 50th pick of the 2011 amateur draft; the choice was compensation for the loss of Orlando Hudson to free agency. He was Minnesota's second pick, following fellow infielder Levi Michael. The scout was John Leavitt. Travis signed for a $1,050,000 bonus. Harrison made his pro debut with the 2012 Elizabethton Twins. After 22 games, he showed excellent offensive numbers (.341/.429/.518, 15 R in 22 G) but was fielded only .770 at third base, with 14 errors.