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  • Todd Frazier
  • | #25
  • | Free Agent
  • Professional National Team
  • INF |
  • R/R|
  • 6-2/215 |
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Biography

Season Summary

General: Todd Frazier was drafted 34th overall in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds and has played in 1,231 Major League games across 10 seasons with five different organizations. 

MLB: A two-time All-Star (2014, 2015), Frazier has a career .242/.319/.448 slash line with 218 career home runs. In 2012, the Point Pleasant, New Jersey, native finished third in NL Rookie of the Year voting after posting a .273 batting average, hitting 19 home runs, and collecting 67 RBIs in his first full season with the Reds. In his 11-year Major League career, Frazier amassed 640 RBIs and drew 438 walks. During his 2015 All-Star season, Frazier recorded a career-best 43 doubles while hitting .255 with 35 home runs and 89 RBIs for Cincinnati. With the Chicago White Sox in 2016, he topped those numbers when he launched 40 home runs and recorded 98 RBIs. Frazier most recently split time with the Texas Rangers and New York Mets during the 2020 season, playing in 45 games and finishing the season with a .236 batting average.

USA Baseball: Frazier is a three-time Team USA alum, having played on the 2006 Collegiate National Team and the 2010 Professional National Team, as well as in the WBSC Baseball Americas Qualifier. Frazier won a gold medal in his first stint in the red, white, and blue with the Collegiate National Team at the 2006 FISU World University Champions, collecting a .224 average (17-for-76) with 14 runs scored, three home runs, and nine RBIs that summer. In 2010, he helped the U.S. qualify for the 2011 Pan American Games after hitting .313 (10-for-32) in nine games with the Professional National Team.

2021 Professional National Team

Batting GP AVG OBP SLG HR RBI H R SB
4-4 .400 .474 .933 2 5 6 4 1-1

Season Summary

Frazier started all four games at third base for Team USA at the WBSC Baseball Americas Qualifier, batting .400 and tying for a team-best with two home runs to go along with five RBIs. He drove in Team USA’s first run of the tournament in a 7-1 victory over Nicaragua to open the AOQ. Frazier sparked a two-out, two-run rally with a double in the first inning of Team USA’s 8-6 win over the Dominican Republic that clinched a berth in the AOQ Super Round for the U.S. He hit a two-run homer to cap the U.S.’s seven-run eighth inning of a 10-1 win over Canada. Frazier saved his best for the title-clinching game with a 4-for-4 night that included a double, a home run, and a stolen base as part of the 4-2 victory that secured the Olympic berth for the U.S.

2010 Professional National Team

Batting GP AVG OBP SLG HR RBI H R SB
9 .313 .421 .531 1 7 10 9

Season Summary

Helped the U.S. qualify for the 2011 Pan American Games after hitting .313 (10-for-32) in nine games.

2006 Collegiate National Team

Batting GP AVG OBP SLG HR RBI H R SB
27 .224 .280 .382 3 9 17 14 4-5

Season Summary

Helped the U.S. qualify for the 2011 Pan American Games after hitting .313 (10-for-32) in nine games.