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Poor pitching spoils a big offensive night as the Yankees drop rubber-match in Texas

A rough night for Yankees pitching spoiled another offensive outburst, as the Rangers picked up a 12-10 win on Wednesday night in Arlington. Wednesday also marks the first time that the Yankees have lost a series since they lost two out of three against the Red Sox at Fenway in early April. Despite the loss, the offense continues to roll. The Yankees totaled 14 hits and four home runs in the losing effort.

What is Clint Frazier's role in 2018?

I've made no secret that Clint Frazier is one of my favorite players. The way the kid plays, his hustle, his love of the game, his charisma (which fits perfectly in NYC), and, of course, his bat speed are dynamic components of his game. While the addition of reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton is absolutely awesome, it's just another roadblock to Frazier’s playing time. Frazier currently sixth one line for the Yankees in the outfield depth chart, though, personally I'd rank him higher than Ellsbury, but my opinion is biased.

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Frazier will have a role on the Bombers in some degree this season. Someone will get hurt: Aaron Hicks spent time on the DL twice last season; Ellsbury is always good for a trip or two to the DL.

Frazier was quoted recently as saying he told manager Aaron Boone that he can play some CF. I love the kid’s attitude. He just wants to play and be a part of the Yankee dynasty.

Frazier told the YES Network, “My eyes are not set on Triple-A.” He's hungry to prove he belongs, and if given another opportunity he will show that he does. Barring a spring training injury or dismal spring showing for one of the five outfielders ahead of him, he'll be ticketed for Scranton for now, however, Frazier is playing with a giant chip on his shoulder and a determination that is unmatched.

Article by: Matt Donovan


  1. So his role is in triple-A? You suggest he's going to perform there but did not project any realistic trajectory regarding him getting MLB at-bats this season.


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