Todd Frazier
32-Year-Old Third Baseman3B
New York Mets
2019 Fantasy Outlook
For the second straight season, Frazier hit just .213. Making matters worse, he hit only 18 homers, his lowest total since 2013. Frazier's HR/FB and flyball rates have declined two years in a row, fueling the drop. Durability is also an issue as he's about to embark on his age-33 campaign. Last season Frazier logged his fewest number of plate appearances since 2012, his first full year. A hamstring issue cost Frazier about a month in the first half while he lost another three-plus weeks in July with a left ribcage strain. The Mets appear to be in "go-for-it" mode and thus can't afford to keep Frazier's bat in the lineup if he's not hitting homers. His Statcast data is mixed as his exit velocity is picking up but his launch angle is lessening. He'll enter the season getting semi-regular playing time at first base, but will likely move to a full-on utility role once Peter Alonso gets the call in mid-to-late-April. Frazier is at best reserve fodder in mixed. Read Past Outlooks
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