Todd Frazier

Position Shortstop
Born Feb 12, 1986
Nationality United States United States

Todd Frazier is a professional baseball player from the USA who plays as a shortstop. He led the Toms River, his high school, team to the 1998 Little League World Series win in 1998, gaining immense fame from it. He played for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights in college and was mainly a shortstop. He played all 63 games with a .377 batting average as well as a .502 on-base percentage with a .757 slugging percentage.

In the 2007 MLB Draft, Todd was picked at 34th overall by the Cincinnati Reds after winning the Big East Player of the Year award and being named as a All American.

His debut for the Reds came for the Rookie-Advanced Farm team, the Billings Mustangs that played in the Pioneer League. He came on as the designated hitter and had 2 singles, an RBI as well as a run scored. He ended the season playing with the Dayton Dragons.

He will be part of the Reds’ minor league system in 2009.

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