Adam Timothy Frazier is a Major League Baseball second baseman and outfielder for the Seattle Mariners.
Frazier played in the MLB for the Pittsburgh Pirates and the San Diego Padres before joining the Mariners.
Frazier graduated from Oconee County High School in Watkinsville, Georgia, in 2010. Frazier had the second most doubles in Georgia High School Association history while playing for the school’s baseball team.
After high school, Frazier attended Mississippi State University to play college baseball for the Bulldogs.
In his sophomore year, Frazier set a Mississippi State record for assists in a season (227), he was also named the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Baseball Tournament’s most valuable player and was named to the United States national collegiate baseball team.
He led the National Collegiate Athletic Association with 107 hits in his junior year, a Bulldogs single-season record, while also setting school records for assists (240), putouts (120), and career putouts (375). He made the SEC All-Tournament Team.
The Pirates traded Frazier and $1.4 million in cash to the San Diego Padres on July 25, 2021, in exchange for infielder Tucupita Marcano, pitcher Michell Milano, and outfielder Jack Suwinski.
He batted .305/.368/.411 in 2021 and led the major leagues in line drive percentage with 29.4 percent.
The Padres traded Frazier to the Seattle Mariners on November 27, 2021, in exchange for Ray Kerr and outfielder Corey Rosier.
Does Adam Frazier Have Any Kids?
Adam Frazier does not have any kids of his own or any adopted kids. However, the Seattle Mariners pitcher has plans for a family in the future