Todd Frazier agrees to minor league deal with Pirates
PITTSBURGH — Infielder Todd Frazier accepted a minors offer with the Pittsburgh Pirates that consists of an invite to major league spring training.
If Frazier is contributed to the 40-man lineup, he would get a one-year agreement paying a $1.5 million income while in the big leagues, as part of the contract revealed Friday.
He would have the ability to make $600,000 in efficiency benefits for plate looks: $100,000 each for 275, 325 and 375, and $150,000 each for 425 and 475.
He can request his release if not contributed to the major league lineup by March 25.
Pittsburgh requires depth at both corner infield areas after trading very first baseman Josh Bell to Washington in the offseason. Colin Moran will move from 3rd base to very first full-time, with Ke’Bryan Hayes predicted to begin at 3rd.
The 35-year-old Frazier is a profession .242 player with 218 crowning achievement and 636 RBIs while betting 5 groups, consisting of Cincinnati, the New York City Mets and the New York City Yankees. Frazier divided time with Texas and the Mets in 2020, striking .236 with 4 crowning achievement and 12 RBIs.
Frazier is anticipated to sign up with the Pirates in time to be on the field for the very first day of exercises for position gamers on Monday.
Todd Frazier accepts minors offer with Pirates initially appeared on NBCSports.com
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.