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Josh Harrison Finishes 2020 Campaign in Style

Cincinnati great has strong season for decidedly unsteady Washington Nationals

New York Mets v Washington Nationals - Game Two Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images

The Washington Nationals made an astute move when they signed free agent infielder Josh Harrison at the end of July.

The former All-Star second baseman had become something of a journeyman in recent years after his departure from the Pittsburgh Pirates, his longtime MLB home.

Josh Harrison’s days as a big leaguer seemed numbered just a few short weeks ago. Now, he looks to have a bright future in 2021.

The Cincinnati Bearcats great finished up his 2020 season in style this week, hitting .316 in his last seven games for a disappointing Washington Nationals club.

For the season, Harrison hit at a solid .278 mark over 78 at-bats. He added 3 homeruns and 14 RBIs, making a consistent contribution for the Nationals over this abbreviated season.