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N.J. native and ex-Yankees, Mets, Rutgers star Todd Frazier helps open one-of-a-kind ballpark in native Toms River

Todd Frazier’s days on the diamond are done, but the former MLB All-Star is still using baseball to make a difference. The ex-Rutgers, Yankees and Mets player recently helped a Field of Dreams open in his hometown of Toms River. Named the RWJBarnabas Health Field of Dreams, it is a one-of-a-kind inclusive complex “where children and adults with special needs can have fun in a safe and welcoming environment,” according to MLB.com.
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Rutgers great Todd Frazier retires

After 11 years playing in the big leagues, former Rutgers star Todd Frazier announced on Tuesday that he was officially retiring from baseball. The 36 year old was selected in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft by the Cincinnati Reds was a two-time All-Star third baseman for them in 2014 and 2015. He went on to play for the Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, Pittsburgh Pirates, as well both the New York Yankees and Mets.
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Todd Frazier “The Toddfather” Officially Announces Retirement

Last month I interviewed Todd Frazier to promote an event he and his wife Jackie were involved in to benefit Children’s Specialized Hospital. When I stopped recording we talked for a few minutes about his future baseball plans because at that time he was officially a free agent. The 36-year old from Toms River made it pretty clear to me that his playing days were over and that became official today when he announced his retirement.
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Todd Frazier announces retirement after 11 MLB seasons, two All-Star appearances

Slugger Todd Frazier has announced his retirement from Major League Baseball. "It's been my love my whole life," Frazier told Greg Joyce of the New York Post on Monday. "It's very hard to let go. Don't get me wrong, it's one of the toughest decisions I've ever made in my life. But where I'm at in my career and where I'm at in my life, I think it was the right decision. I think it's time to be that family figure that I've always wanted to be."
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Retiring Todd Frazier Is Now Safe At Home

TOMS RIVER – An athletics legend has called it a career. Todd Frazier, who starred in baseball at the youth, high school, collegiate and major-league levels, announced his retirement from the latter Tuesday, April 5. Frazier was perhaps best known locally as the star shortstop-pitcher on the Toms River...
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Todd Frazier, former Reds All-Star, retires after 11 MLB seasons

CINCINNATI — Former Reds third baseman Todd Frazier is retiring after 11 years in the MLB. The New Jersey native was selected 34th overall in the 2007 draft, making his major league debut for Cincinnati in 2011. Frazier was named a National League All-Star in 2014 and 2015, the latter game hosted at Great American Ball Park. He became the first hometown participant to win the Home Run Derby since Cubs second baseman Ryne Sandberg won in 1990.
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Todd Frazier retiring after 11-year MLB career: ‘Been my love my whole life’

TAMPA — The pride of Toms River is calling it a career.  Todd Frazier, a two-time All-Star third baseman whose 11-year MLB career included stints with the Yankees and Mets, will announce Tuesday he is retiring from the game at the age of 36.  “It’s been my love my whole life,” Frazier said Monday in a phone interview. “It’s very hard to let go. Don’t get me wrong, it’s one of the toughest decisions I’ve ever made in my life. But where I’m at in my career and where I’m at in my life, I think it was the right decision. I...
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Todd Frazier set to retire after 11 seasons

Todd Frazier is set to retire after an 11-year career, he told Greg Joyce of the New York Post. A pair of All-Star nods and the 2015 Home Run Derby crown highlighted his time in majors. "It's been my love my whole life," Frazier said Monday. "It's very hard to...
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Two-time All-Star Todd Frazier announces retirement

Two-time All-Star Todd Frazier is set to announce his retirement Tuesday, he tells Greg Joyce of the New York Post. “(Baseball) has been my love my whole life,” the third baseman said. “It’s very hard to let go. Don’t get me wrong, it’s one of the toughest decisions I’ve ever made in my life. But where I’m at in my career and where I’m at in my life, I think it was the right decision. I think it’s time to be that family figure that I’ve always wanted to be.”
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Todd Frazier “The Toddfather” Officially Announces Retirement

Last month I interviewed Todd Frazier to promote an event he and his wife Jackie were involved in to benefit Children’s Specialized Hospital. When I stopped recording we talked for a few minutes about his future baseball plans because at that time he was officially a free agent. The 36-year old from Toms River made it pretty clear to me that his playing days were over and that became official today when he announced his retirement.
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