Adam Timothy Frazier (born December 14, 1991) is a Major League Baseball (MLB) second baseman and outfielder for the Seattle Mariners.
He was a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Diego Padres in Major League Baseball. He was a Mississippi State Bulldogs baseball player in college. In the year 2021, Frazier was named an All-Star.
Frazier graduated from Watkinsville, Georgia-based Oconee County High School in 2010. Frazier hit 53 doubles as a member of the baseball team, which is the second-highest total in Georgia High School Association history.
Frazier signed a letter of intent to play collegiate baseball for the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Mississippi State University. As a freshman, he didn’t get much playing time.
Frazier established a Mississippi State record for most assists in a season (227), was awarded the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Baseball Tournament Most Valuable Player, and was selected for the United States national collegiate baseball team in 2012.
He topped the National Collegiate Athletic Association with 107 hits in 2013, setting a Bulldogs single-season record. He also established school marks for assists (240) and putouts (120) in a season, as well as putouts for his career (375). He was chosen to the All-Tournament Team of the Southeastern Conference.
How Long Was Adam Frazier With The Pirates?
Adam Frazier spent 8 years with the Pirates. Frazier was taken 179th overall in the sixth round of the 2013 MLB draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Frazier was dealt to the San Diego Padres on July 25, 2021, along with $1.4 million in cash, for infielder Tucupita Marcano, pitcher Michell Milano, and outfielder Jack Suwinski.