Frazier was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre following Sunday's game against the White Sox, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports. He went 1-for-5 prior to the demotion.
Frazier is slashing .283/.330/.513 with 11 homers and 34 RBI over 53 games this season with the big-league club, but he'll head to the minors to make room for the acquisition of Edwin Encarnacion. He'll likely be one of the top options to return to the major leagues should an injury occur to a position player.
Frazier will start in right field and bat sixth in the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Mets, Erik Boland of Newsday reports.
Frazier served as the Yankees' designated hitter in the team's previous game Sunday in Cleveland, but he'll be back in the outfield for the start of the Subway Series. While Frazier's defense has been oft-criticized -- and supported by poor metrics -- this season, he'll likely continue to stick in the outfield on a regular basis, at least until Aaron Judge (oblique) and/or Giancarlo Stanton (shoulder) return from the injured list. At least for fantasy purposes, Frazier has been dependable lately with a .391 average and four extra-base hits (a home run and three doubles) over his last seven starts.
Frazier recorded a pair of base hits across four at-bats Sunday in the Yankees' 8-5 loss to the Red Sox.
While Frazier returned from the bruised elbow he suffered a day earlier and turned in a decent night at the dish, his performance in the field played a major part in the Yankees dropping the series finale. He had a seventh inning to forget, picking up an error when he let a ground ball bounce past him to the outfield wall while also misreading a pair of fly balls veering toward him that were ultimately credited as base hits. The poor defensive showing probably won't result in Frazier losing out on an everyday role, though manager Aaron Boone may be more inclined to substitute the 24-year-old out in the late innings in favor of fourth outfielder Cameron Maybin.
Frazier (elbow) will start in right field and bat seventh Sunday against the Red Sox.
Frazier was struck on the left elbow by a pitch in the fifth inning of Saturday's 5-3 win but was fortunate to escape without any structural damage. After receiving some treatment for his bruise, Frazier will be good to go for the series finale.
Frazier was diagnosed with a bruised left elbow after X-rays came back negative Saturday, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Frazier was hit by a pitch on the left elbow during the bottom of the fifth inning and was replaced in right field by Cameron Maybin in the subsequent frame. Frazier likely would have been removed at some point for defensive purposes, but the Yankees opted to play it safe.
Frazier is not starting Friday against the Red Sox.
Frazier wasn't in the lineup for what was supposed to be the series opener Thursday, and the Yankees will use the same starting nine after that contest was rained out. Cameron Maybin takes over in right field.
Frazier is not in the lineup Thursday against the Red Sox.
Frazier will take a seat for Thursday's series opener after starting the past nine games, going 10-for-33 (.303) with four homers, 10 RBI and a stolen base in those contests. In his place, Cameron Maybin is starting in right field and hitting eighth.
Frazier went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and a double in the Yankees' 5-2 win over the Padres on Monday.
Frazier cranked a second-inning solo shot off Matt Strahm for his 10th long ball of the season. The 24-year-old is in a nice groove at the dish at the moment, as he's hit safely in six of his last seven games with four homers and three doubles over that time to bring his slash line up to .284/.324/.552 over 134 at-bats.
Frazier went 1-for-3 with a solo home run Thursday against the Orioles.
Frazier took Dylan Bundy deep in the fifth inning to record his ninth home run of the season, prior to being replaced in right field in the seventh inning by Cameron Maybin. Like many of the Yankees' hitters, Frazier enjoyed the team's series at hitter-friendly Camden Yards, smacking three home runs across the four-game set. He had cooled considerably previously, going just 6-for-40 with one double, one RBI and three runs scored since being activated off the injured list on May 6. He'll look to use this recent run of production to get going again at the dish.
Frazier went 2-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI in Tuesday's 11-4 win at Baltimore.
Frazier was without a home run since April 22, but he busted out in a major way Tuesday with a pair of 400-plus-foot blasts to center field. The 24-year-old entered the game 1-for-17 with nine strikeouts over his last six games. Frazier now has a .268/.300/.518 slash line with eight home runs and 23 RBI in 31 games.
Frazier is not in the lineup Monday against the Orioles.
Frazier is hitting just .150/.209/.175 with a 34.9 percent strikeout rate in 12 games since returning from the injured list, so he'll retreat to the bench for the second time in three games as Cameron Maybin draws another start in right field in his place.
Frazier will bat ninth and start in right field Sunday against the Rays, Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record reports.
Frazier still has a lock on a full-time role with the Yankees while Giancarlo Stanton (shoulder) and Aaron Judge (oblique) remain sidelined, but the 24-year-old has been brutal since returning from his own ankle injury earlier this month. Over his 11 starts in May, Frazier has gone 6-for-37 (.162 average) while striking out 30.8 percent of the time. Frazier may stick in the bottom third of the lineup until he demonstrates some improvement at the dish.
Frazier is out of Saturday's lineup against the Rays.
He is hitting .171 with a 12:2 K:BB over his last 10 games. Cameron Maybin will start in right field, hitting seventh.
Frazier is back in the lineup, hitting fifth and playing right field against the Mariners on Monday.
Frazier will make his return from the injured list for this contest after missing the last 11 games with a sprained ankle. He'll look to pick up where he left off, as he was swinging the bat well before the injury, with a .975 OPS, six homers and 17 RBI over 68 at-bats.
Frazier (ankle) was reinstated from the injured list Monday.
Frazier will wind up missing just shy of two weeks. The Yankees are gradually getting healthy, but with Giancarlo Stanton (shoulder), Aaron Hicks (back) and Aaron Judge (oblique) all still out, there should be plenty of at-bats for Frazier available in the outfield.
Frazier (ankle) will be activated from the 10-day injured list prior to Monday's game against Seattle, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Frazier has completed his rehab stint at Double-A Trenton and will rejoin the big-league club after missing time with a left ankle sprain. The 24-year-old was off to a hot start before suffering the injury, batting .324 with six home runs and 17 RBI in 18 games.
General manager Brian Cashman said Frazier (ankle) will be activated from the 10-day injured list Monday or TuesdayJim Bowden of The Athletic reports.
Frazier made his first rehab appearance at Double-A Trenton on Saturday, going 1-for-3 with a walk and stolen base while playing seven innings in the field. The 24-year-old is expected to play again for Trenton on Sunday as either an outfielder or designated hitter. The Yankees will presumably assess how Frazier is feeling after that contest before determining if he'll be ready to go for Monday's series opener with the Mariners or if he'll need an additional day off before returning from the IL.
Frazier (ankle) will make minor-league rehab appearances in Double-A Trenton this weekend and could be activated from the injured list Monday, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
The outfielder will go through pregame work Friday and report to Trenton for rehab appearances Saturday and Sunday, per Hoch. Frazier has been on the injured list since April 24 after hurting his ankle while running the bases and was slashing .324/.342/.632 in 68 at-bats before the injury.
Frazier (ankle) ramped up his running program Wednesday, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Frazier did some sprinting along with some stopping and starting and reported no issues afterward, noting after Wednesday's session that this was "the best" his ankle has felt since he landed on the injured list last week. While he's certainly trending in the right direction, the outfielder still remains without a concrete timetable for his return.
Frazier (ankle) took batting practice on the field prior to Tuesday's game against the Diamondbacks, Coley Harvey of ESPN.com reports.
Frazier continues to make solid progress on the way back from a left ankle sprain, although the Yankees still haven't unveiled an exact timetable for his return. His next step will likely be to face live pitching, either in a simulated game or while on a rehab assignment.
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