Found December 15, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Todd Frazier
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Courtesy of @JFraz14 One day, Todd Frazier will look back at 2012 and remember it as one of the most memorable years of his life. In '12, the 26-year old busted onto the Major League scene out of virtually nowhere to finish third in National League Rookie of the Year voting. Along the way he managed to save a man from choking to death, belted a home run without using his hands, earned his first trip to the postseason, and recently capped it all off by getting married -- which may come as sad news to some single females around the city of Cincinnati. Nonetheless, it's been a really good calendar year for the former Little League World Series star. On Friday, Frazier officially tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Jacquelyn Verdon, who attended Rutgers University as a student-athlete just as Todd did. The two are said to have grown up within 20 miles from each other in New Jersey. Teammate Brandon Phillips and former MLBer Harold Reynolds were on hand to help ...
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