2023 Player Outlook
Frazier played in at least 150 games for the third straight season (excluding the abbreviated 2020 season). He provided double digit stolen bases (11) for the second season in a row, but his batting average (.238) took a big hit. Frazier’s low double-digit home run power potential continued to fade as he only hit three bombs on the season. His xBA was an encouraging .262 and should probably expect to see his average bounce back this season fueled by his above-average contact rate (87 last season and 86.8 for his career). There’s not much to get excited about with regards to his offensive fantasy profile, but there’s extreme scarcity at the second base position and what little fantasy value Frazier has lies in deeper fantasy baseball league formats. He should probably be viewed as a placeholder for the up-and-coming Oriole prospects like Connor Norby and Joey Ortiz.