A Little League icon, Todd Frazier will soon rebound and help the Cincinnati Reds


Dominating on the diamond since preadolescence, Todd Frazier will soon rebound to power the Cincinnati Reds.

Reds third baseman Todd Frazier continued to struggle mightily in Cincinnati’s 4-3 victory over the Mets in New York on Monday night.

Named the preeminent National League rookie by players in 2012, the 27-year-old Frazier went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts against New York.

Batting a hideous .224 with six homers and 27 RBI, the New Jersey Little League icon has whiffed 44 times in 43 games this spring.

Despite Frazier’s failures at the plate, Cincinnati is 27-18 and still seriously contending in the central division.

Starring on the Toms River team that overwhelmed Japan 12-9 to win the 1998 Little League World Series, Frazier has dominated on the diamond since preadolescence.

Taken out of Rutgers University 34th overall in the 2007 draft, the 6-foot-3, 220 pound Frazier will undoubtedly rebound and again flourish as a Red.

As one of the brightest youngster’s in baseball, expect Todd Frazier to regain royalty in “The Queen City” and help the Reds compete for their sixth World Series title in franchise history this autumn.

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