Clint Frazier got the start in left field on Monday afternoon, and it was basically a disaster. Red Thunder struggled on both sides of the ball, combining defensive miscues with a brutal day at the plate.
Frazier had a rough go of it in the outfield. He completely misplayed a Manny Machado double in the fourth inning. Then, in the eighth inning, Joey Rickard dropped a single right in front of Frazier. The 23-year-old then bobbled the ball and looked like he had no idea what to do with it one secured. It was a brutal day with the glove.
Somehow, not to be outdone by the rough fielding, Frazier went 0-4 at the plate with three strikeouts. The last strikeout made him snap his bat over his knee.
Clint Frazier strong pic.twitter.com/f0mHg58QBT— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) July 9, 2018
Yeah. I feel the same way too. This was a game to forget for the Fraziers. Or, better yet, erase from the memory of any scouts watching Red Thunder play today.