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Column: Five reasons No. 5 will be just fine

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Josh Harrison dutifully lugs the ball bucket back to the cage after infield drills at Pirate City. — DEJAN KOVACEVIC / DKPS

BRADENTON, Fla. -- Josh Harrison will fall back.

Or, he'll fall flat on his face.

And if anyone anywhere in the baseball world has put forth the possibility of a third option for how the Pirates' third baseman will fare in 2015, I honestly haven't heard it.

Well, with one exception ...

"Why can't I keep playing like I was?" Harrison put forth as part of a long talk we had this weekend at Pirate City. "No, I'm serious. I look at myself and what I did last season, and I don't see it as anything different than what I've done my whole life. I know others might, but I don't. All that happened for me in 2014 was that I got a chance."

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