Florida Marlins, MLB
- All-time MLB pinch-hit leader with 212
- World Series Champion with the Florida Marlins (2003)
- Played on the Marlins Championship team with MLB greats like A.J. Burnett and Miguel Cabrera
- Served as the infield coordinator and hitting coach for the Washington Nationals (2006-2008)
- Has coached for the LA Dodgers minor league affiliate teams since 2008
Lenny Harris played in the MLB from 1988 to 2005. The outfielder/first baseman played on eight different teams throughout his major league career: the Cincinnati Reds, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies, Arizona Diamondbacks, Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs and Florida Marlins (now the Miami Marlins). Lenny was drafted by the Reds in the 1983 amateur MLB draft and in 1988 he made his Major League debut. Lenny quickly established himself as a consistently reliable player and by 2003 was a World Series Champion. After one of his most successful seasons as a professional batting .305 in 122 games in 2002, Lenny won the 2003 World Series with the Florida Marlins. With the Marlins Lenny played with MLB greats such as A.J. Burnett, Miguel Cabrera, Mike Lowell and Josh Beckett. After having spent 18 seasons in the MLB, Lenny finished his career as the all-time pinch-hit leader in the league with 212.
After retiring in 2005, Lenny pursued a coaching career, starting as the infield coordinator for the Washington National in 2006. In 2008, Lenny joined the Dodgers organization as a minor league hitting coach at Camelback Ranch, the team’s spring training facility. Most recently in 2011, Lenny became the hitting coach for the Dodgers Class A affiliate, the Great Lakes Loons.
Video Message$99Get a Personal Video Greeting from Lenny Harris! He will record a birthday or congratulatory greeting, surprise message for your event, or a client and employee motivational message. You can even save and share the recording afterwards!
NOTE: This request will take 2 business days to process. Your credit card will be charged automatically once the video has been recorded by the Pro.
Lunch or Dinner$500Lenny will join you and your small group of up to 10 people at lunch or dinner. You choose the restaurant and you choose what you want to talk about. Lenny will share stories from his career. Note: for larger parties, please see appearance fee below.
Fantasy Draft$500Surprise your baseball buddies by inviting Lenny to a live fantasy draft!
Pick-Up Game$500Make your next pick-up game unforgettable by inviting Lenny to join.
Attend a Game$750Have an extra seat at the game? Lenny will join you and your guests and share insight on the game. Discuss Lenny's MLB career and his trajectory in becoming a World Series Champion.
Round of Golf$750Lenny will complete your foursome for a round of golf. He'll be the perfect fourth for your Sunday outing, and will spice up the round with tales from his time in the pros.
Celebrations$1,000Invite Lenny to join you and your guests at your birthday, bar/bat mitzvah, wedding, or anniversary party! He'll be sure to be entertaining company.
Appearance$1,000Hire Lenny Harris to make an appearance at your next event! Lenny Harris’s appearance will be the perfect way to promote your business or organization. (Up to 60 minutes). Autograph show pricing may vary.
Q&A$1,000Lenny will share his story with up to 20 people. Your small group of friends, students, coworkers, or event attendees will be inspired by Lenny’s path to success.
Coaching$500To be the best you need to learn from the best. Hiring Lenny as a coach will give you access to a World Series Champion. Lenny will coach a group of 1-6 people drills that helped him become a pro athlete.
* Booking this talent outside of the booking region may result in additional costs. Thuzio Pros are subject to availability.
Sport Baseball League MLB Team
- Cincinnati Reds (1988–1989, 1994–1998)
- Los Angeles Dodgers (1989–1993)
- New York Mets (1998, 2000–2001)
- Colorado Rockies (1999)
- Arizona Diamondbacks (1999–2000)
- Milwaukee Brewers (2002)
- Chicago Cubs (2003)
- Florida Marlins (2003–2005)
Position Outfielder/First Baseman