New York Yankees
Major league outfielder, Clint Frazier, grew up in Loganville, Georgia, where he was awarded the Jackie Robinson Award, given to the Perfect Game National Player of the Year. He was later named the Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year and regarded as one of the best prospects in 2013. Clint originally committed to play at the University of Georgia, but was drafted fifth overall in the 2013 MLB Draft to the Cleveland Indians. Clint was traded to the New York Yankees in 2016. The Yankees called Clint up to the Majors on July 1, 2017.
Clint boasts one of the coldest and largest shoe collection in Major League Baseball. His collection takes up an entire room in his house and is meticulously displayed in clear boxes. He brings the heat to the baseball field as well, sporting different custom cleats almost every game. He said he "hopes to bring a little swagger to baseball."
Despite growing up close to Atlanta, Clint was a Philadelphia Phillies fan as a child.