Lakeland, Fla. — Of course he remembers breaking up Justin Verlander’s bid for a third career no-hitter on May 18, 2012. And he’s not apologizing for it.
“Somebody asked me yesterday, ‘Do I want to apologize,’” second baseman Josh Harrison said Sunday morning, in his first media session as a member of the Tigers. “No, no, I don’t. You can’t change the past. You’ve got to live in the present.”
Breaking up no-hitters is kind of his thing, by the way. Harrison broke up two of them in 2017. He singled to stop Alex Cobb’s bid in the seventh inning.