STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - The former ICC pitcher, who played a big role in Mississippi State baseball’s run to the national title, says he’s going pro.
Houston Harding announced his decision on Wednesday.
He’s going to sign a free-agent deal with the Los Angeles Angels.
One tweet cannot convey how grateful I am to have been given an opportunity in Starkville. It has been the greatest honor being a part of this team and helping bring this city its first title! With that said, I have decided to sign a free agent deal with the Los Angeles Angels!
— Hooty_12 (@HoustonHarding) July 21, 2021
The Walls native came to Starkville after a record-breaking career at Itawamba Community College in Fulton.
He could have returned to MSU for the 2022 season.