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Harris is sidelined with a leg injury at Triple-A Louisville, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Reds optioned Harris to Triple-A Louisville on Monday, John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Reds purchased Harris' contract and called him up from Triple-A Louisville before Friday's game against the Mets, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Harris was passed over for the Reds' latest roster move because he can't play center field, with Drew Stubbs hurting, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Reds outrighted Harris to Triple-A Louisville on Monday, according to the team's official Twitter page.
Harris and not Todd Frazier will get the start Thursday with Scott Rolen getting the day off at third base, the Reds' official site reports.
Harris was officially added to the Reds' active roster with the purchase of his contract Wednesday night.
With the Reds sending down Paul Janish, trading Juan Francisco and keeping just 11 pitchers, it appears that Harris will be on the Opening Day roster, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Mets still need a lefty-hitting backup outfielder, but Harris is unlikely to be re-signed by the organization, ESPN New York reports.
Team insiders say that the Mets will weigh the entire free agent market for bench players before deciding whether to retain their own free agents. If the club offers Harris and/or Scott Hairston the chance to re-sign, it will not do so until later in the offseason, the NY Daily News reports.
Harris is getting another start in left field Sunday against the Phillies with Jason Bay out of the lineup, ESPN New York reports.