As he deals with a minor hamstring injury, Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison must wait to find out what's next.
Jon Heyman of Fancred reported Tuesday that Harrison cleared waivers. Any team interested needs to move quickly, though, as players must be acquired by Aug. 31 to be postseason-eligible.
Harrison has made just one start since suffering a strained left hamstring Aug. 19. When he returned to the starting lineup Saturday, he made an early exit after tweaking his hamstring. According to Stephen J. Nesbitt of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the infielder does not plan on going on the disabled list.
A two-time All-Star, Harrison is in the midst of a disappointing season at the plate. He is slashing just .257/.299/.365 with seven home runs, 11 doubles, one triple, three stolen bases and 33 RBI. While he has never been known for power, he is coming off a season in which he produced 44 extra-base hits.