Clint Frazier 2017 Yankee Prospect Number 4

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Clint Frazier

Position – Center Field
Born – September 6th 1994
Bats – Right Throws – Right
Height – 6’1” Weight – 190 lbs
Acquired – Andrew Miller trade with Indians
Major League Roster By – 2018

The two things that you have heard about Clint Frazier, or will hear going forward are his fast-twitch build and his insane bat speed. Get used to it, you will hear it a lot. Defensively he fields well and can run fast enough for center field, where he currently resides. Expect a change to the corner in the next season to make him above average. He sees the ball well off the bat and would be an asset at either corner outfield position.

Most will say that Frazier is gifted but there are some concerns. Do not think the second coming of Mike Trout or anything. That is rare air. He has plus-plus type of power and above average speed but he was exposed when moving to AAA last year. He has issues with breaking pitches which lead to voids of contact. Overall, he projects as a asset who will be a .280 hitter with 30 home runs power and above average corner outfield defense. Nothing to shake a stick at.

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2016213 Teams2 LgsAA-AAA11952046375122275165513481220.2630.3350.447

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