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From BR Bullpen
Jeffrey Keith Frazier
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 3", Weight 195 lb.
- School Rutgers University
- High School Toms River High School South
- Debut July 30, 2010
 Biographical Information
Frazier hit .356 and slugged .596 as a college freshman in 2002. He lost Big East Conference Rookie of the Year honors to Chris Lambert but Baseball America still named him to their freshman All-American team as a top outfielder. As a sophomore, he was an All-Conference outfielder and batted .315/.399/.516. His 19 doubles led the Big East.
Frazier batted .382/.457/.657 as a junior. He led the Big East in average, four points ahead of Jim Negrych and was an All-Conference pick again. Baseball America named him as a second-team All-American. The Detroit Tigers picked Frazier in the third round of the 2004 amateur draft, the only position player they took in the first five rounds. He was signed by scout Derrick Ross for a $500,000 bonus and made his pro debut that summer.
Frazier debuted professionally with the Oneonta Tigers, hitting .304/.387/.430 in 20 games before his season was ended by a broken left forearm. Jeff led Tigers farmhands in 2005 in total bases (243) and doubles (45) while tying Curtis Granderson for the most runs (79). He batted .287/.349/.453 for the West Michigan Whitecaps, drove in 81 and stole 16 bases in 19 tries. He led the Midwest League in doubles, tied for fifth in the affiliated minors. Frazier tied Deacon Burns for the most extra-base hits (61) in the circuit.
Detroit traded Frazier to the Seattle Mariners for Yorman Bazardo on February 7, 2007. He hit .231/.293/.302 in 59 games for the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx through July 2 and was sent down to the High Desert Mavericks (.313/.389/.531 after 9 games).