Just a week after the former MLB Todd frazier taking home a silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, another Frazier shines on a slightly smaller stage.
Carson frazierThe twelve-year-old son of Todd’s older brother Charlie had the decisive blow to Toms River East Little League at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship Friday night, a three-run double as part of a six-touchdown cluster in the sixth inning. Toms River came into the inning losing 3-0 and facing elimination.
Todd himself won the Little League World Series with Toms River East in 1998, a career remembered both for the team’s subsequent visit to Yankee Stadium and that image of a young Frazier standing at shortstop with Derek Jeter as he was for his qualification.
Todd and Charlie’s middle brother Jeff also played for Toms River in 1995, and had a brief major league stint in 2010 with the Tigers.
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Although Carson’s father’s professional career didn’t extend beyond Double-A, you may remember Charlie Frazier Jr., as the pitcher Todd teamed up with to win his 2015 Home Run Derby title.
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