It was a conversation we had to make sure I was continuing to work on things.
Just because I’d gotten my first call-up, it’s not time to be complacent.” While Frazier’s first day as a major leaguer was filled with the requisite giddiness — “I feel like I have a cape on my back, and I’m just wearing B.P.
pants right now,” he said, referring to his batting practice attire — and his girlfriend, parents, sister and agent flew in for the occasion.
But there were many reminders that the Yankees are still trying to sand down his rough edges.
He had no problem, again, on Saturday explaining that his struggles after arriving as the centerpiece of a trade involving Andrew Miller last July were a result of trying to justify the deal.