(AP) -- Matt Harrison has made 100 starts in his big league career, but he says No. 101 is going to feel like his debut all over again.
Harrison returns to a major league mound for the first time in nearly 14 months Wednesday night for the Texas Rangers against the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks.
The Rangers are hoping Harrison will be able to recapture his form of 2011-12 when he went 32-20 with a 3.34 ERA, but just returning is a victory in itself for the right-hander, who hasn't pitched since May 13, 2014. After being limited to six starts from 2013-14, Harrison underwent spinal fusion in June 2014, his third back surgery in a span of two seasons.