"In high school, I could go out there and look like I'm having a bad day, but still look like I'm better than the other players, just because of the national ability and some of the God-given talent that I have," he told MLB.com. "But going out on the minor league field, not doing as good just looks awful. Everyone else seems to be able to do it as good or better."
Frazier is expected to open this season in Class A.
"He’s in a good position," vice president of player development Ross Atkins saod. "He will and we will evolve together with what ideal body weight will be and ideal profile will be as he matures. We’re mutually developing a vision for him. The work ethic that he has, we can adjust if need be. We’re not overly concerned with him being too big. We would never ask someone to work less. He’s extremely driven, hard working."
Frazier, who homered in his pro debut, has two home runs, three doubles, three triples, nine runs and 15 RBI. He has struck out 17 times and walked four times.
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