With a runner on first due to a walk, Harris stepped to the plate - and flied out, The Herald-Tribune wrote.
The White Sox went on to close out the no-hitter. For Harris, his short career would soon be closed out, as well, after a single season. Harris played that one season for the GCL Yankees. He didn't return for a second.
Harris' career started and ended in 1990, having been signed by the Yankees as a free agent the previous year out of his native Dominican Republic.
Assigned to the rookie Gulf Coast League, Harris knocked in a run on a single in a July game as he helped the GCL Yankees to a 3-1 win.
Overall that year, Harris got into 39 games. He hit one home run, had 22 RBIs and batted .236. That season proved his only season as a pro.
- Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Aug. 3, 1990: Two Combine to Pitch No-Hitter for White Sox
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