Frazier went 1-for-2 with a solo home run Monday in the Yankees' 9-3 win over the Rays in Game 1 of the ALDS.
He was the first to get to Blake Snell -- Kyle Higashioka and Aaron Judge touched the lefty up for homers later on. Frazier took a back seat to veteran Brett Gardner in the AL Wild Card Series and it's very possible Gardner will be back in there Tuesday with a righty in Tyler Glasnow starting for Tampa Bay.
Frazier will sit for Game 2 of the AL Wild Card Series against Cleveland on Wednesday.
The Yankees will stick with the veteran Brett Gardner in left field. It's hard to argue with that decision, as Gardner went 3-for-5 with a homer, three RBI and a pair of runs scored in the series opener. Frazier could still play a role at some point this postseason, but he doesn't appear to be the primary option at the moment.
Frazier isn't starting Game 1 of the AL Wild Card Series against Cleveland on Tuesday.
Frazier struggled to end the regular season as he went 1-for-20 with four walks, two runs and 11 strikeouts over his last six games. Brett Gardner will serve as the left fielder to begin the AL Wild Card Round.
Frazier is not in the lineup Sunday against the Marlins, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old is 1-for-20 with 11 strikeouts in his past six games and will receive a day off for the season finale. Frazier is likely to close the season with a .267/.394/.511 slash line with eight homers and 26 RBI in 39 games, though he could still come off the bench Sunday. Brett Gardner takes over in left field for the Yankees.
Frazier is not in the lineup Monday against the Blue Jays.
Frazier has remained in a starting role even after the returns of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, as Monday's day off will be his first time on the bench in the month of September. He clearly deserves the everyday at-bats, as he's hitting .296/.410/.574 on the season. Judge starts in right field Monday, with Brett Gardner in left.
Frazier went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored Saturday against the Red Sox.
Frazier helped the Yankees get off to a fast start, lacing an RBI single in the first inning. He followed that up with a two-run homer in the fifth frame, his eighth long ball of the season. Frazier has been on fire at the dish of late, as he has at least one hit in six of his last seven games and has also racked up three homers, eight RBI and nine runs scored in that span. He's now hitting .306/.422/.595 with 22 runs scored, 26 RBI and two stolen bases across 135 plate appearances this year.
Frazier went 2-for-3 with a home run, two walks, two RBI and a run scored Wednesday against Toronto.
Frazier launched a solo home run in the fourth inning off Tanner Roark for his seventh long ball of the season. Like many in the Yankees' lineup, he's enjoyed facing Toronto pitching early in the series, slugging a home run in each contest. Despite a strong .303/.421/.596 line across 121 plate appearances to this point in the campaign, Frazier is likely to start losing playing time with both Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) and Aaron Judge (calf) recently activated from the injured list.
Frazier went 2-for-3 with two walks, a double, a two-run home run and three additional runs scored in Tuesday's 20-6 rout of the Blue Jays.
The 26-year-old continues to rake. Frazier is slashing .292/.405/.563 through 29 games with six homers, two steals, 18 runs and 21 RBI, and it's going to be very difficult for manager Aaron Boone to take him out of the lineup even after Aaron Judge (calf) gets healthy.
Yankees manager Aaron Boone said he expects Frazier to continue receiving steady playing time when Aaron Judge (calf) and Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) are activated from the 10-day injured list, likely later this week, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. "I think Clint is very much in this [outfield] mix," Boone said. "When Aaron Judge comes back, he'll go to right [field], so it may mean more left field reps for Clint, but Clint has earned his way into our lineup on a regular basis. He continues to play extremely well for us on both sides of the ball, so I think it's going to make us deeper."
Finding at-bats for everybody might be tough when the Yankees' lineup is back to full strength, but Boone's comments suggest that Frazier, who owns a .900 OPS over 107 plate appearances this season, has likely moved ahead of Aaron Hicks (.765 OPS), Brett Gardner (.673) and Mike Tauchman (.663) in the outfield pecking order. Even if the returns of Judge and Stanton don't end up resulting in Frazier losing out on many starts, he may be in store for a move down the batting order after hitting cleanup in each of the Yankees' last 16 games.
Frazier went 2-for-4 with an RBI, a walk and a stolen base during Wednesday's 7-2 win against the Blue Jays.
Frazier swiped his second bag of the season and continued swinging a hot bat. He is now 8-for-25 with a .433 on-base percentage through his past seven games.
Frazier went 2-for-5 with a two-run double and a run scored in Monday's 12-7 loss to Toronto.
Frazier extended the Yankees' lead to 5-2 in the fifth inning with his two-run double and later scored a run in the ninth. The 26-year-old outfielder owns a .284/.391/.554 slash line with 10 extra-base hits this season.
Frazier went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Orioles.
Frazier went deep off Orioles reliever Paul Fry in the eighth inning to prevent the Yankees from getting shut out. It was Frazier's fifth long ball of the year to go with 14 RBI, 10 runs scored and a stolen base through 20 games. He's posted a solid .288/.397/.576 slash line across 78 plate appearances.
Frazier went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run Wednesday against the Rays.
Frazier took Diego Castillo deep in the sixth inning to record his fourth home run of the season. This performance extended his hitting streak to a modest four games, though he's managed just six hits in last 29 at-bats. Still, Frazier's overall numbers look solid, as he's hitting .294/.410/.608 across 61 plate appearances.
Frazier went 1-for-4 with a stolen base and a pair of strikeouts in Monday's loss to the Rays.
Fantasy managers who roster Frazier don't do so for his speed, so the steal was a nice surprise despite the otherwise quiet performance. The 25-year-old has three career steals in five attempts over 137 games.
Frazier is out of the lineup for the first game of Sunday's doubleheader with the Mets.
Mike Tauchman will enter the lineup in right field in place of Frazier, who takes a seat after starting each of the previous four contests. Expect Frazier to check back into the starting nine for the nightcap.
Frazier went 2-for-2 with a home run, one double, three RBI, two runs and one walk in Friday's Game 1 loss to the Mets.
Frazier was a late addition to the lineup for the first game of Friday's twin bill, but he was the Yankees' top performer with two extra-base hits. He's now hitting .344 with three home runs and 11 RBI in 2020.
Frazier is not in the lineup for Game 1 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Braves.
He had been scheduled to sit out Tuesday's game prior to it getting postponed, so it's not surprising he is on the bench for the same pitching matchup. Mike Ford will start at designated hitter and bat cleanup.
Frazier isn't in Tuesday's lineup against Atlanta.
Frazier had seen an uptick in playing time recently with Aaron Judge (calf) sidelined, but Judge was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and will serve as the designated hitter Tuesday. As a result, Frazier could see a decrease in playing time going forward.
Frazier went 3-for-3 with a home run, a double, a walk and five RBI in an 11-5 win over Boston on Saturday.
Frazier took Nathan Eovaldi deep with a three-run shot in the sixth inning and plated two more runs with a single in the seventh. The 25-year-old has needed little time to make his presence felt since joining the big-league roster Aug. 11, going 7-for-11 with a pair of home runs and eight RBI in three games.
Frazier went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Atlanta.
Frazier hit a game-tying solo shot in his first at-bat of the year in the second inning off Atlanta opener Huascar Ynoa. The 25-year-old Frazier got aboard again with a double in the fifth and came around to score on a DJ LeMahieu single. Frazier got the start in right field due to Aaron Judge sitting out with lower-body tightness. While Judge's injury is expected to be minor, Frazier will likely compete with Mike Tauchman for playing time in the short term.
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