Seattle Mariner’s second baseman and outfielder Adam Frazier is an American professional baseball player (MLB). The Pittsburgh Pirates and the San Diego Padres were his prior MLB teams.
He was a member of the Mississippi State Bulldogs baseball team in college. 2021 was a banner year for Frazier. During his time with the Mississippi State Bulldogs in collegiate baseball,
he established new school marks for assists (240), putouts (120), and putouts throughout the course of his career. He finished the 2013 season ranked first in the National Collegiate Athletic Association with 107 hits, which was enough to establish a new single-season record for the Bulldogs.
In 2012 and 2013, Frazier was selected to play on the United States national collegiate baseball team. In the sixth round of the 2013 Major League Baseball Draft, Todd Frazier was picked by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
During the 2014 year, he would play for the Jamestown Jammers, who would compete in the Class A-Short Season of the New York–Penn League.
After the regular season was over, he participated in the Arizona Fall League with the Altoona Curve and the Glendale Desert Dogs.
During the 2021 season, he had a batting line of.305/.368/.411 and led all of the big leagues with a line drive rate of 29.4 per cent.
On July 25, 2021, the Padres parted ways with him and sent him to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Ray Kerr and Corey Rosier.
Who Is Adam Frazier’s Brother, Brandon Frazier?
Brandon Frazier is Adam’s brother; however, there is currently very little information available about him.