He also states that the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays are interested. The Yankees have recently had discussions with the Pirates that include right-handed starter Gerrit Cole as well.
Harrison is a two-time All-Star, including a trip to the Mid-Summer Classic this past season. With the Bucs in 2017, he appeared in 128 games and hit to a .272/.339/.432 clip with 16 homers and 47 RBI.
The 30-year-old Harrison will make $10 million on 2018 then has club options for both 2019 ($10.5M, $1 buy-out) and 2020 ($11.5M, $500K buy-out).
Harrison played second base, third base, left field and right field in 2017. He spent the most time at second, however, posting 6 DRS and a 0.3 UZR in 653 1/3 innings. At third, he was good for 2 DRS and a 0.9 UZR across 341 2/3 innings.