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— SWB RailRiders (@swbrailriders) September 5, 2016
In his first at-bat since suffering a hamstring injury, New York Yankees’ top prospect Clint Frazier nailed a home run for the RailRiders.
New York Yankees top prospect Clint Frazier has been battling a hamstring injury this past week and returned with a bang.
Penciled in the lineup against the Syracuse Chiefs as the designated hitter, the 21-year old outfielder smacked a solo home run off of Joe Ross into the bullpen during the first inning on Monday afternoon.
It was his third home run since coming over in the Andrew Miller deal and he entered the Labor Day contest slashing .229/.282/.375 with seven extra-base hits.