Date of Birth:
Height: 6' 1" Weight: 190 lbs
Pro Experience: 2013 36th Round-Toronto Blue Jays
College Experience: Southern Arkansas University
Resides: Houston, TX
David Harris is a 31-year-old outfielder from Houston, Texas. The former first-team all-district player had a great conclusion to his collegiate career; at Southern Arkansas, he led his team in doubles (22), home runs (12), RBIs (65), and OPS (1.113). In the 2013 draft, he was made a Toronto Blue Jay as he moved on to the next step of his baseball career.
In 2017, Harris became a member of the Schaumburg Boomers in the Frontier League; that season, the Boomers won the Frontier League Championship Series, and the slugger was named the MVP of the league. The following year, he stayed hot, setting a career-high in home runs, hitting 23 with the New Jersey Jackals. The outfielder has played ball in Southern Maryland for the past two years, featuring in 205 games. In 2022, he paced the Crabs in batting average, on-base percentage, OPS, and RBIs.