Former Pirates All-Star Adam Frazier again on the move

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Another former Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star is on the move as MLB free agency heats up.

This transaction was not a free agent signing, however, but a trade.

Former Pirates infielder Adam Frazier, who was traded from Pittsburgh to the San Diego Padres this past season, is on the move again.

The Padres have sent Frazier to the Seattle Mariners.

On the way to San Diego is relief pitcher Ray Kerr and outfielder Corey Rosier.

The transaction was first reported by Jeff Passan.

According to Passan, Frazier will play for Seattle in a “superutility” role as the Mariners could be looking to land a high priced infielder.

Frazier played in 155 games in 2021 and only recorded five errors while mostly playing second base.

Occasionally he would spot in the outfield, but he made the National League All-Star team as a second baseman.

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