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Todd Brian Frazier was born on 12 February 1986, in Point Pleasant, New Jersey USA, of part-Scottish descent. He is a professional baseball player, best known as third baseman for the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox in the Major League Baseball (MLB).
So just how loaded is Todd Frazier now? Sources state that Frazier has collected wealth of over $7 million, as of mid-2017. His assets include a luxury house worth around $1.8 million, and a collection of expensive cars that include Alfa Romeo, Tesla and Mercedes Benz. The main source of his net worth has been his baseball career, which began in 2007..
Todd Frazier Net Worth $7 million
Frazier grew up in Toms River, New Jersey, along with his two brothers, also professional baseball players Jeff and Charlie Frazier. He attended Toms River High School South, and later enrolled at New Jersey’s Rutgers University. He became involved in baseball during his teenage years, being a member of the 1996 Junior Pee-Wee National Champions. He then starred for the Toms River East American Little League All-Star team, which won the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania in 1998, showcasing his brilliant performance in the game against the Far East and International champion Kashima Little League from Japan, capturing 4-4 with a leadoff home run and the game-winning strikeout that enabled his team to win the championship.
Frazier continued to play baseball at Rutgers, joining the Scarlet Knights and posting a career line of .377 batting average, .503 on-base percentage and .757. slugging percentage in 2007, winning Big East player of the year and being named a Rivals.com All-American. He also set the school record for home runs with 42.
Later that year, the Cincinnati Reds selected Frazier in the first round as the 134th overall pick in the MLBl Draft. His net worth was at its start. He went on make his debut with the Reds’ Rookie-Advanced farm team in the Pioneer League – the Billings Mustangs – and then played for the Class A minor league team in the Midwest League, the Dayton Dragons. He also played for the Reds’ AAA team in the International League, the Louisville Bats, before finally joining the Reds in 2010. All contributed to his net worth.
Frazier would remain with the Reds until 2015, during which time he was named the National League’s Outstanding Rookie by the MLB Players Association in 2012. Two years later, he was named a National League All-Star, and became part of the Home Run Derby, winning the National League bracket and representing the NL in the final.
In 2015, the Reds signed Frazier to a two-year $12 million deal, with a $4.5 million payment in that year, including a signing bonus, and $7.5 million in 2016. His wealth was boosted. The same year he became the spokesperson for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Not long after, he won the 2015 MLB Home Run Derby, becoming the first hometown participant to do so since 1990.
At the end of 2015, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox. He finished at the second place in the 2016 MLB Home Run Derby.
Frazier’s career in the MBL has enabled him to achieve a reputation of a valuable player, which has earned him a high level of popularity and a significant net worth as well.
When it comes to his private life, Frazier has been married to Jacquealyn Verdon since 2012. The couple has two children together, and reside in Toms River.