Clint Frazier Interviewed by Harold Reynolds and Greg Amsinger
Clint Frazier can check another item off of his bucket list. Yesterday morning, the Indians #2 ranked prospect called into MLB Network’s Hot Stove to talk at length with hosts Harold Reynolds and Greg Amsinger.
The interview, which you can view below in its entirety, touched on several pressing matters for the 19-year-old outfielder. Among the topics discussed were increasing his number of Twitter followers, his singing voice (or lack thereof), and his affinity for playing video games. I suppose I should have clarified – there are all pressing matters for a 19-year-old living the dream of making it in Major League Baseball.
Actually, Frazier did touch on several other topics that should be of considerable interest to Indians fans. Some of these topics included his initial thoughts following his first season in the minors and his goals for the 2014 season, what he expects in his first ever trip to spring training with the Indians, and who he wants to model his game after. The answer to the latter question is Mike Trout, but he wouldn’t mind being the next Jose Bautista either. It’s nice to have goals. In addition, Frazier explained his relationship with fellow top prospect in the Pirates organization, Austin Meadows, and how they are both excited to begin their journey to the big leagues.
Lastly, Frazier also explains why he is campaigning for the Cleveland Browns to draft Texas A&M quarterbck, Johnny Manziel, on Twitter. Could you imagine the buzz throughout the city with Johnny Football and Clint Frazier both trolling the area night clubs? How awesome would that be? Maybe they could even reach out to Kyrie Irving and form the ultimate entourage. We can dare to dream, can’t we?
You can watch the video of the interview below. (If video player fails to load, refresh the page)