Slim was a 6'6" 180-lb, hard-throwing Texan. Pitching for the A's against the White
Sox, he gave up singles to the first 2 hitters, then retired 27 in a row. While teammate
Eddie Rommel was winning an AL-high 27 games in 1922, Harriss was losing a league-high
20. His only winning season was 1925 (19-12). He again led the AL in losses in 1927,
with 21 for the Red Sox.