Todd Frazier

The ToddFather
He is Toms River’s favorite son when it comes to baseball and has performed on a grand stage since he was 12 years old. Now for the first time since he played at Rutgers Todd Frazier can truly call New Jersey home during the baseball season…well at least for the next 2-3 month…
Baseball notebook
A decade or two ago, a fastball that reaches 100 miles-per-hour would enough to land an 18-year-old pitcher among the best handful of prospects in baseball.
In an era of unprecedented fastball velocity, however, when it’s almost as though it takes 95 miles per hour to get your foot in…
Born for the Bronx
Despite growing up a professed Boston Red Sox fan in Toms River, Todd Frazier will be right at home at Yankee Stadium when he puts on the pinstripes for the first time.
When he was a star on Toms River's Little League World Series, he and his teammates were invited onto the field at the old Yankee St…
Coming Home
Todd Frazier is coming home.
The former Toms River South superstar was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the New York Yankees late Tuesday night as part of a blockbuster deal that strengthens the Yankees' pursuit of a championship...
Stanton Dethrones
Todd Frazier might have been just the third player ever to win back-to-back Home Run Derbies on MLB All-Star weekend if not for, arguably, the greatest home-run-hitting exhibition ever by arguably the most powerful hitter on the planet right now...
Frazier Traded
The Cincinnati Reds traded former Toms River South and Rutgers star Todd Frazier Wednesday to the Chicago White Sox in a three-team trade involving the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to an official announcement by the White Sox. Jeff Passan of Yahoo...
Todd Frazier Wins HR Derby
When the bright lights are shining, Todd Frazier is always ready to put on a show.
The former Toms River South and Rutgers University star drew a roar from the home fans in Cincinnati when the Reds third baseman won the Major League Baseball Home Run Derby in dramatic fashion on Monday night...
Making His Pitch
LAKEWOOD - Connor Kaden can still remember being a little kid in his room, swinging a tiny Lakewood BlueClaws bat and dreaming like any other young baseball player.
On Friday night at FirstEnergy Park, it will Kaden's job to miss Lakewood BlueClaws' bats with his fastball, sinker, slider and changeup…

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