New York Mets third baseman Todd Frazier discusses returning to Cincinnati for the first time since he was traded from the Reds. Wochit
Five years and a couple of weeks after former Cincinnati Reds fan favorite Todd Frazier promised then-honorary batboy Ted Kremer a home run and then celebrated it with him when Frazier came through, the two reunited Monday night at Great American Ball Park in advance of the game between the Reds and Frazier’s current team, the New York Mets.
Monday’s game was Frazier’s first return to GABP since the Reds traded him to the Chicago White Sox in December of 2015 in a deal that brought Jose Peraza, Scott Schebler and Brandon Dixon from the Dodgers to Cincinnati.
Frazier, who was traded in July of 2017 by the White Sox to the New York Yankees before he signed as a free agent in February with the Mets, was 0-for-5 in New York’s 7-6 win against the Reds in the series opener.
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