Frazier only spent the second half of the 2017 season with the New York Yankees, but he left a big impression on the team as it made its run through the postseason. So, the ability to perform under the pressure of NY shouldn't be too much of a question. Bruce and Frazier combined for 63 homers last season.
Frazier has rarely hit for a high average, and he batted a career low (.213) in 2017.
According to FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman, Frazier's deal includes no incentives and is without a no-trade clause, though Frazier would get a $500,000 bonus if the Mets chose to move him. However, a slow free agent market and little need for a third baseman throughout the league hurt Frazier.
Frazier, 31, had inked a $12 million, one-year deal with the White Sox last season.
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The union between the Mets and Frazier hardly is a surprising one.
Frazier is entering his age-32 season.
That leaves $14 million, and the Yankees still want to add a veteran starting pitcher, so to do that and sign a third baseman, they may have dump a salary.
The Mets will have a new look on both corners after signing aging free agent slugger Adrian Gonzalez to man first base in January.
Cabrera has publicly stated in the past his desire to play second base rather than third. Jose Reyes now moves to a reserve utility man role, backing up Frazier, Cabrera, and Amed Rosario at short. He solidifies the team's infield and gives the Mets another power source in the middle of the lineup.