Toms River’s Todd Frazier back with Yankees as YES Network studio host

TOMS RIVER, NJ – Two time Major League Baseball All-Star and retired New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier is rejoining the Yankees family. Frazier will join the Yankees’ YES Network as a studio analyst this year.

The announcement was made by YES Network studio analyst Jack Curry.

“Todd Frazier, who played for the Yankees and 5 other teams in an 11-year career, is joining the YES Network this season to do studio work,” Curry tweeted. “@FlavaFraz21 had 218 homers, 1059 hits and a 241/318/445 slash line in his career. He also won the 2015 AllStar Game HR Derby. Welcome, Todd.”

On Saturday, Yankees broadcast legend Michael Kay welcomed Frazier to the team.

“Welcome to the @YESNetwork family,” Kay tweeted.

Frazier, a Toms River resident, retired from baseball in 2021 after being released by the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played for the Reds, Mets, White Sox, Yankees, and Rangers.

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