MLB Network Feature on Todd Frazier

By Steve Engbloom

No question that Todd Frazier is having an incredible rookie season. Not only has he produced on the field, he owns a personality that makes it difficult for anyone to root against him.

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Yesterday, a feature with Frazier as the focal point was on MLB Network. Sam Ryan talked to the ToddFather about a number of topics. She also chatted with Ryan Hanigan, manager Dusty Baker and Drew Stubbs about Frazier and what he has meant to this Reds team. Needless to say, he has meant more than anyone had anticipated.

Here are a couple of quotes that you will see in the feature…

Here’s what Hanigan said about Frazier’s rookie campaign.

"“Just the numbers he’s put up this year are just outrageous for a rookie and for a guy that didn’t even start the year on the team.”"

Dusty on Frazier, his work and how Frazier goes about his work.

"“Not only does he put up good numbers, but the guy has a good time while he’s doing it.”"

Here’s what Drew Stubbs had to say about Frazier’s Jersey personality.

"“He’s your stereotypical Jersey guy, pretty loud [and] outspoken.”"

Frazier also dishes on his “love” of Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of Jersey Shore fame, why he uses “Fly Me to the Moon” as one of his walk-up songs, and the atmosphere in Cincinnati.

This is well worth taking four minutes of your time on this Reds off day to enjoy Frazier even more. Here’s the whole video for your enjoyment. And you will enjoy it…