The Robin Ventura of the Devil Rays.
Harrah’s first big league manager was Ted Williams, who instructed the young hitter to look for a good pitch to hit. Harrah took note and became one of the most discerning hitters in the game, averaging 87 walks per season. He was originally a shortstop, and a heralded one. As a 22-year old rookie, Harrah was the starting shortstop in Washington, and the team really pinned their hopes on his development. Tony appeared in more than 800 games at that position to go along with more than 1,000 at the hot corner.