Brendan Harris is an eight year MLB infielder from Queensbury, NY. He attended the College of William and Mary and led the Tribe to the CAA Conference Championship and an NCAA berth in 2001. He was selected in the 5th round of the 2001 draft by the Chicago Cubs, and made his MLB debut in 2004. He was part of two division winning teams in '09, '10 with the Minnesota Twins. He also served as a player representative to the MLBPA throughout his career. Brendan retired after the 2015 season and then received an MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania in 2018. He has worked for the LA Angels in scouting and player development, as well as for sports tech venture firm SeventySix Capital. He has a passion for the integration of data and technology with human performance, and advises several tech startups. 

Brendan Harris



Those pinstripe Pacers unis were just a really bad look.

Je me souviens
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My last baseball image of the week, not a high action shot, but I’m trying to include all the players I’ve covered in those last few seasons of the Expos. Here is Queensbury NY’s own, rookie infielder Brendan Harris @BrendanHarris23 at bat against the Fl…

Fantastic thread 👇w/ analysis on two of the best INF’s in the game.

Both these guys have outstanding feet, hands and instincts, and very interesting to note the slight differences in style.
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Javier Baez & Francisco Lindor Comparative Analysis

• Baez more reliant/comfortable using backhand on balls to his R compared to Lindor

• High rate of 2-hand reception due to position demands & shifts —> GBs not needing extensive range

• Majority 2-Step & 4-Step footwork


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BRENDAN HARRIS BASEBALL CAMP - SUMMER OF 2019 Dates will be announced soon.


Great turnout this year and outstanding effort from all our participants. Thank you to all the athletes and parents for attending!  It is such a pleasure for me to be able to put this together and catch up with so many old friends, coaches and young players. 

I will be re-organizing and bringing back the Brendan Harris Baseball clinic this summer. There will be a renewed focus on fitness and fundamentals, with an updated sports tech emphasis. I will also include a modified coaching clinic, where I will lead a discussion on many of the latest topics in player development today. Stay tuned for more details. 

Date: TBD
Where: Queensbury, NY

Open to boys and girls
5-8 years: 1:15 - 3:15pm
9-11 years: 3:30 - 5:30pm
12+ years: 5:45 - 7:45pm

Price: TBD

Location: TBD