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From BR Bullpen
Bryan Stanley Harvey
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 212 lb.
- School University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Debut May 16, 1987
- Final Game April 28, 1995
- Born June 2, 1963 in Soddy-Daisy, TN USA
 Biographical Information
After a stellar season in 1991 when he won the American League's Rolaids Relief Award, Harvey was slowed down by a hurt elbow in 1992. Thinking that his career was over and wanting to be off the hook for the expensive 4-year contract he had signed prior to his injury, the California Angels left Harvey unprotected in the 1992 expansion draft. He was picked up by the Florida Marlins and was outstanding for his new team during their 1993 maiden season. He saved the first game in team history, and overall notched 45 saves - a record for an expansion franchise - with a 1.70 ERA, earning a return trip to the All-Star Game. However, the elbow problems came back in 1994, and Harvey pitched only 13 more games before ending his career in 1995.
Harvey threw a fastball and forkball.
His father, David Stanley "Stan" Harvey, was a standout slow-pitch softball player who was named to the Amateur Softball Association of America's National Softball Hall of Fame in 1996. Stan Harvey earned All-American honors nine times, including four years in succession (1973-76), and was a member of five national championship teams with Howard's Furniture-Western Steer.
Bryan's brother Dwayne Harvey, was a 25th-round choice by the Chicago White Sox in the June 1988 draft and pitched in three games for the Sox' Gulf Coast League team that summer.
 Notable Achievements
- 2-time All-Star (1991 & 1993)
- AL Reliever of the Year Award Winner (1991)
- AL Rolaids Relief Award Winner (1991)
- AL Saves Leader (1991)
- 30 Saves Seasons: 2 (1991 & 1993)
- 40 Saves Seasons: 2 (1991 & 1993)