Larry Duane Harlow is a retired professional baseball player who played 6 seasons in the Major Leagues with the Baltimore Orioles and California Angels.Harlow attended Aztec High School in Aztec, New Mexico and attended Mesa Community College prior to signing with the Baltimore Orioles as an amateur free agent on August 24, 1970. He played parts of four seasons with the Orioles before being traded to the California Angels for Floyd Rayford and cash on June 3, 1979. The transaction was the result of Harlow's lack of playing time with the Orioles and the Angels' need for an outfielder to replace the injured Rick Miller. Most of Harlow's career highs came during the season with Baltimore when he scored 67 runs, recorded 112 hits, and 14 stolen bases. Harlow played his final MLB game on October 3, 1981, finishing with a career .248 batting average.Source: Wikipedia
Public community college in Mesa, Arizona, United States
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