A lack of interest isn't why versatile infielder/outfielder Josh Harrison hasn't inked a contract for 2019 yet.
While he's mostly played second base, Harrison has also spent a considerable amount of time at third base. He's appeared at right field and left field, too, and shortstop on occasion.
The two-time All-Star has played his entire eight-year MLB career with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He hit .250/.293/.363 with eight home runs and 13 doubles over 97 games in 2018 during an injury-filled campaign.
Over the four seasons prior to that, Harrison slashed .290/.331/.428 while averaging 129 games played per season.
Earlier in the offseason, the Washington Nationals expressed interest in Harrison's services, though that was before they signed Brian Dozier to be their starting second baseman.