2B,LF - SD
Adam Frazier went 2-for-4 on the day, hitting a single and a double and driving in three runs in the process.
Frazier really needed a hit to fall for him and it happened on Wednesday. He's been struggling since his trade to San Diego but recently he's actually been barreling the ball up a bit more, an encouraging sign for a late season surge.
Adam Frazier was 0-for-2 on Tuesday, drawing two walks and scoring once.
Frazier hasn't been quite the same player he was in Pittsburgh since coming over to San Diego. Hitting .324 prior to the trade, Frazier's average has dropped all the way to .303 on the season and has since been moved down to seventh in the batting order. He's no longer a must-start in fantasy.
Adam Frazier was just 1-for-4 on the day, hitting a single and striking out twice. He would also score the winning run in the tenth inning after a wild pitch.
Frazier hasn't been the same player since being traded to San Diego, but he still has provided value as a good base runner and a solid glove. He'll look to start a hot streak heading into the series finale against Philadelphia on Sunday.
Adam Frazier would go just 1-for-4 on Thursday, but his sole hit was an RBI triple. He also tallied a run scored and two strikeouts.
The strikeouts are certainly out of character for Frazier, but he did salvage his day with the extra base hit, RBI, and run scored. Frazier is now hitting .320 on the year with hopes of continuing his roll against AZ on Friday.
Adam Frazier's three hits consisted of two single and a double, his 30th of the season. He'd also score a run in the ball game.
Frazier is now hitting an impressive .320 on the year, which combined with 66 runs scored makes him a near lock in Fantasy lineups. As long as the bats around him continue to produce, Frazier has loads of value in Fantasy.