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The Navy’s Cardinal

“In 2008, Harris graduated from the Naval Academy one of the most highly-rated pitchers in college baseball, a 6-foot-4 righthander who could hit 95 mph on the gun and break bats with a nasty little cutter. Like all graduates of the Academy, Harris knew he owed his country a minimum of five years of active service, but he held out hope that he could serve a little differently.”


— Jeff Bradley, Sports Illustrated

THE MITCH HARRIS STORY FEATURED IN THE PRESS

“I’m proud of what I’ve done, but I want everyone who served to be recognized, too. When I see those guys, whether in an airport or somewhere else, I’ll go out of my way to say hello, just to say, ‘Hey, I’ve been there with you. Thank you for what you’re doing.’ They should never be taken for granted.”

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“In 2008, Harris graduated from the Naval Academy one of the most highly-rated pitchers in college baseball, a 6-foot-4 righthander who could hit 95 mph on the gun and break bats with a nasty little cutter. Like all graduates of the Academy, Harris knew he owed his country a minimum of five years of active service, but he held out hope that he could serve a little differently.”

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“The right-hander had been selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 13th round of the June 2008 amateur draft out of the United States Naval Academy but had to forgo baseball to serve his military commitment. Through three deployments, including two tours of the Persian Gulf, a diplomatic mission to Russia and a drug operation in South America, Harris kept throwing — and hoping.”

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“One of his first days, we were doing the national anthem, and nobody in his immediate area would leave the field until he did, just out of respect for what he’s done and how he’s served our country,” Manager Mike Matheny said. “It’s a big deal what he’s doing.”

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