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The Cleveland Indians took Frazier fifth overall in 2013 before sending him to New York for Andrew Miller. And last season, he would rank as high as No. 16 (Baseball Prospectus) in terms of prospects. His first 142 plate appearances in the majors, however, didn’t go so hot.
Still, despite a .231/.268/.448 triple-slash, there’s plenty to like. And with how good Cole can be, parting with Frazier is theA�least the Yankees should have to do. Still, this is a deal that stands to benefit both sides.
Of course, this isn’t a done deal just yet.