• Full name Harrison Michael Ford
  • Born 02/21/2003 in Atlanta, GA
  • Profile Ht.: 5'10" / Wt.: 200 / Bats: R / Throws: R
  • School North Cobb
  • Drafted in the 1st round (12th overall) by the Seattle Mariners in 2021 (signed for $4,366,400).
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    The state of Georgia has produced a few uniquely athletic high school catchers in recent years including the ambidextrous and switch-hitting Anthony Seigler in 2018 and now Ford in 2021. Ford has been described as a “unicorn” thanks to speed that’s almost unheard of at the catcher position. Ford ran the second-fastest 60-yard dash time at East Coast Pro last summer (6.42) and is a legitimate plus runner with the athleticism to handle a number of positions, including third base, second base or even center field if a team wants to try him there. He hasn’t spent much game time at any of those positions, but evaluators have liked his actions in the infield during workout environments and with above-average arm strength and quick-twitch mobility, he has the toolset to handle such a transition if a team wanted to move him through the minors more quickly. Offensively, Ford has plenty of bat speed and lots of natural strength in a compact, 5-foot-10, 200-pound frame. Ford has shown solid bat-to-ball skills and barrel awareness in the past, but some evaluators think he’ll be more of a power-over-hit offensive player in the future thanks to a low handset and a hook in his swing that could limit him. Ford was one of the more impressive performers over the summer but has had more of a solid than a spectacular spring with the bat. Like most prep catchers, Ford has refinement to do behind the plate, but he has all of the physical and mental tools teams believe are necessary at the next level. He will occasionally muff pitches or fail to stick a backhand but has strong hands and is flexible with more than enough athleticism for the position and at least an above-average arm that gets some plus grades as well. Ford is committed to Georgia Tech, but will likely be drafted too high to make it to campus. His range is fairly wide, which might be natural for a prep catcher considering the track record of the demographic, with some interest among the top-10 picks but it’s more likely he goes off the board in the 10-30 range.

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Career Transactions

  • C Harry Ford assigned to Arkansas Travelers from Everett AquaSox.
  • Everett AquaSox activated C Harry Ford from the temporarily inactive list.
  • Everett AquaSox placed C Harry Ford on the temporarily inactive list.
  • C Harry Ford and assigned to Everett AquaSox from Modesto Nuts.
  • Great Britain activated C Harry Ford.
  • Seattle Mariners invited non-roster C Harry Ford to spring training.
  • C Harry Ford roster status changed by Seattle Mariners.

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