Former Cincinnati Reds fan favourite Todd Frazier, now with the Pittsburgh Pirates, was mic’d up throughout a tv broadcast of a Spring Coaching sport between the Pirates and Baltimore Orioles. And he did not disappoint, particularly throughout a plate look that resulted in a double:
Frazier, with the Pirates as a non-roster invitee, was added for his right-handed energy and veteran presence, in keeping with supervisor Derek Shelton.
Frazier, 35, hit .224 with two homers in 51 plate appearances for the Mets final season after they acquired him from the Texas Rangers in August for Ryder Ryan. The Mets declined their staff choice on Frazier after the season.
He is hit .242 with 218 house runs over 10 big-league seasons.
Frazier tweeted final month that video shared through Twitter of Frazier celebrating a 2013 house run he promised then-honorary batboy Ted Kremer made his night. Frazier and Kremer reunited in 2018 at Great American Ball Park prematurely of a Reds-Mets sport.
The Reds traded Frazier to the Chicago White Sox in Dec. 2015 in a deal that introduced Jose Peraza, Scott Schebler and Brandon Dixon from the Dodgers to Cincinnati.
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