Former Ragin Cajun Hogan Harris has made it to The Show.
The Lafayette native was called up to the Oakland Athletics late last night after just two appearances with the Triple-A squad in Las Vegas. For his minor league career, Harris has a 3.26 ERA in 132.2 IP, giving up 86 hits and 54 runs scored while striking out 175 in those three seasons.
During his time at Louisiana, Harris went 12-4 as a starter, pitching 153.2 innings and registering a 2.87 ERA. The STM graduate gave up 126 hits and 62 runs while striking out 167 and only walking 22 batters.
Harris becomes just the 16th player from Louisiana to be called up to the Majors, with some of the most notable being Danny Farquhar, Johnathan Lucroy, and Paul Bako.