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lewiss
Posted 2012-03-25 5:38 PM (#1569877 - in reply to #1569490)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread


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CT, does Frazier have an idea of where C.J.Cron will be? If Frazier is in CR, does that mean Cron will be in IE in order to separate the two 1B?
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Scott34
Posted 2012-03-25 5:55 PM (#1569880 - in reply to #1569877)
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lewiss - 2012-03-25 5:38 PM

CT, does Frazier have an idea of where C.J.Cron will be? If Frazier is in CR, does that mean Cron will be in IE in order to separate the two 1B?


Cron went 2-2 on the IE team today playing 1B, if that means anything
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lewiss
Posted 2012-03-26 8:08 AM (#1569999 - in reply to #1569880)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread


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Scott: Thank you. They should be on different teams so they each get regular playing time.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-03-26 3:02 PM (#1570367 - in reply to #1569999)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Yes... my guess is that they separate them.

More guessing... Frazier in CR and CJ in IE.

Also, Frazier was invited to the "Prospects Game" tonight.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-03-27 5:59 PM (#1571353 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



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Frazier had a good game against the Rockies... 2/4 (1B and 2B)/(GO4 and FO6). I hope to make it to Phoenix tonight (delayed in Minneapolis) for a good night's rest and to catch his game tomorrow (if I get everything I need to do done).
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-03-29 9:34 PM (#1573432 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Frazier went 2/4 with an RBI double and a HR against the A's today.
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pattimelt
Posted 2012-03-29 11:13 PM (#1573535 - in reply to #1560890)
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YAY!!! I was hoping for an update!!!!
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Scott34
Posted 2012-03-30 11:10 PM (#1574144 - in reply to #1560890)
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Frazier is on CR
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-03-31 7:27 PM (#1574367 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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OK... left Phoenix today... and Frazier is officially "CR" for the start of the season.

He is comfortable (and trusting the organization) with CR and looking forward to making application of all the good stuff that the organization have invested in him.

The better news about CR for me is... I actually work in Chicago and will get to see him play the Kane County Cougars with very little effort (other than Chicagoland traffic!)

My wife has put me on notice that when CR play KC... she will be with me on that business trip.

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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-01 10:09 AM (#1574522 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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FYI... Frazier got called up to play with the Big Club today against the Cubs (in Tempe).
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-03 11:32 AM (#1575657 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Frazier is in CR and participating in the Media and Fan event tonight... Geaux Kernals!
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Dave Saltzer
Posted 2012-04-03 12:06 PM (#1575681 - in reply to #1575657)
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charlesthall - 2012-04-03 11:32 AM Frazier is in CR and participating in the Media and Fan event tonight... Geaux Kernals!

We will get him in IE this year, I'm sure, with his work ethic. When we do, I hope you'll come out and I'll buy you a beer.

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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-04 2:03 PM (#1576558 - in reply to #1575681)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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On my way back from Palm Springs (to LAX) I stopped off in IE to drive around the stadium... pretty cool situation.

I look forward to both Frazier making it to IE and the beer... it just has to be after the All-Star game... because it is in Kane County (IL), and I will be in Chicago at that time.

The only wild card is... Frazier has to make the All-Star Team.
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ScottyAllenLAAI
Posted 2012-04-05 5:28 PM (#1577387 - in reply to #1560890)
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Just watched Frazier drive one out off the wall in left center field. A truly beautiful, smooth stroke.
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Scott34
Posted 2012-04-05 7:13 PM (#1577449 - in reply to #1577387)
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Great night Frazier! 2-4 with 2 RBI Doubles!
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-05 7:31 PM (#1577459 - in reply to #1577449)
Subject: Re: New Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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You beat me to it...

Frazier did go 2/4 with a Walk (1-Walk, 2-Double RBI, 3-K, 4-Ground Out, and 5-Double RBI) against the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

The Kernels won 7-2 in their (on the road) season opener in a chiller 39 degrees (at game end).

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Angel Oracle
Posted 2012-04-06 9:29 AM (#1577688 - in reply to #1577459)
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Good start Frazier, and good luck in 2012 at CR.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-07 6:28 PM (#1579768 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Frazier went 0/4 and 0/3 in Friday and Saturday's games... he hit the ball every time, but hit it to people.

The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers had a (extremely) hard shift on him and pitched him inside.

New day on Monday... the home opener against the Clinton Lumber Kings.

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Scott34
Posted 2012-04-09 6:20 PM (#1582432 - in reply to #1560890)
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Frazier just hit a moon shot!! 2-3 today with that monster HR
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-10 3:45 PM (#1583184 - in reply to #1582432)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Here is last nights highlights...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRLEQwEPcjE&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79e...
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ettin
Posted 2012-04-10 7:57 PM (#1583399 - in reply to #1583184)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



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charlesthall - 2012-04-10 3:45 PM

Here is last nights highlights...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRLEQwEPcjE&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79e...


Thanks for the link Charles! That was a nice blast by Frazier!

Also noticed some solid defense and arm from Cowart as well.... good news! :)
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-11 7:54 AM (#1583626 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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Another good night at the office...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt44sU42LOg&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79e...

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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-14 9:04 AM (#1589145 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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No news... Frazier is just loving life and plugging away.

Here are his stats: http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?t=t_ibp&cid=492&stn=true&s...



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Angels_for_life
Posted 2012-04-14 10:06 AM (#1589211 - in reply to #1589145)
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Frazier is killing it right now, if he keeps this up he could really break out into one of the game's better prospects.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-15 10:19 AM (#1590477 - in reply to #1560890)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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The Cedar Rapids Kernels really have an "A" game for keeping the fans informed...

LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnG_CRXHfNw&list=UU0Ch9PvdTNdaPbz79e...
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dochalo
Posted 2012-04-15 11:14 AM (#1590515 - in reply to #1560890)
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Cool highlights. Frazier can pick it at 1b. Love the plate discipline he is showing.
How's his arm? Can he play a corner OF spot? Would love to see him get moved up to the ie sooner than later
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-04-16 5:18 AM (#1592285 - in reply to #1590515)
Subject: Re: Frazier Hall Thread



Orem Owlz

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All I know and can say is that Frazier is able and willing to do whatever the organization wants... and they have him tracking at 1B currently.

And... "Yes" he has a strong and healthy throwing arm.

He is trusting in the leadership and the process... and I am sure he would appreciate the warmer temperatures and shorter bus rides of IE.

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AngelsAndRamsFan
Posted 2012-08-05 1:54 AM (#1767969 - in reply to #1560890)
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This thread has been inactive for a long time so I thought I would bump it.

Frazier Hall has been struggling at CR this year .253/.318/.367/.685.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/player.cgi?id=hall--004fra

Does anyone have any thoughts/comments on him?

I hope he bounces back over the last part of this year and next year.
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Morales4MVP
Posted 2012-08-05 8:53 AM (#1768075 - in reply to #1560890)
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His walk rate has really improved 7.9% and strikeouts are down to 15% which is good news. The batting average and slugging is what is down.
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ScottyAllenLAAI
Posted 2012-08-05 7:22 PM (#1769687 - in reply to #1560890)
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Not a hitting friendly environment. His numbers are bound to climb next year in the Cal League, though not as much as one would think given that Inland Empire is the only pitcher friendly park in the league. I don't know whether or not Frazier will hit enough to stay at 1B, but if he learns another position like catcher or corner OF, I think it would go a long way in helping him make it to the majors.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-08-14 7:22 PM (#1783752 - in reply to #1560890)
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Orem Owlz

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THREAD: This thread has been inactive for a long time so I thought I would bump it.

THREAD: Frazier Hall has been struggling at CR this year .253/.318/.367/.685.

THREAD: Does anyone have any thoughts/comments on him?


RESPONSE: I figured that I would jump back in again. Yes, Frazier Hall struggled. There were a number of factors, but he has been steadily working his way back. Frazier’s defense has been solid. He is pushing the top of the list in a number of categories (#2 in BA, Tied for #1 in HRs with 13, #2 in RBIs, #1 in OBP and #2 in OPS). He was named the best hitter for CR in June and August could be another good month for him. The last 10 games he is batting .324, and has had 4 HRs. Whatever the “number of factors” were… his metal was tested… and I think he is on the upswing for a passing grade. I was told that his TPPA (Team Productive Plate Appearances) were solid. A number of “Rovers” were in CR last night and were pleased with his performance. The jury is out… and August will tell the story.

FYI... Frazier Hall's Walk off Hit- May 27, 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_4ey3ohd4w




THREAD: I hope he bounces back over the last part of this year and next year

RESPONSE: I think that he is learning that pro baseball is very different from college baseball. In college baseball he just went out and did it, and probably never truly knew why it worked the way it worked. However, in pro baseball he is expected to understand why it works, and how it works, when it works and when it doesn’t work. He is developing into a “student of the game”.




THREAD: His walk rate has really improved 7.9% and strikeouts are down to 15% which is good news. The batting average and slugging is what is down.

RESPONSE: Yes both BB and SO is going in the right direction. If you look at those factors and look at that he is leading CR in hits and doubles… that supports the thinking that he is rebounding. Plus, he has hit about 21+ balls to the wall/warning track with outstanding OF plays to retire him (hats tipped to the OF). A number of the teams have put a hard shift on him and will play the 2B in shallow RF and pitch him inside. All that said means only one thing… don’t hit the ball to people standing with gloves on their hands and you will get on base.




THREAD: Not a hitting friendly environment. His numbers are bound to climb next year in the Cal League, though not as much as one would think given that Inland Empire is the only pitcher friendly park in the league. I don't know whether or not Frazier will hit enough to stay at 1B, but if he learns another position like catcher or corner OF, I think it would go a long way in helping him make it to the majors.


RESPONSE: The MidWest League is pitcher friendly and the air is very thick too. Those Midwest winds blowing in don’t help matters either. But, it is what it is… you have to adjust and make things happen.

RESPONSE: As for moving positions. Frazier is not focused on the “stockpile of talent” ahead of him, instead he focused on learning the game. He truly believe that a gift will make room for itself, and if he is focused on being a student of the game and giving every ounce of his heart and soul to the game, then he believes that everything will take care of itself. He just hopes that it is with the Angels.

RESPONSE: As for another position, he was a catcher most of life, and behind the dish in college for his freshman and sophomore years. As a junior and senior he was moved to first base (and played third base too) to protect his bat. He was told this spring training to cut some weight and work on his speed in the event that he could be moved to the outfield. He is ready and willing to play any position that the Angels want him to play (but they are keeping him at 1B). I think Frazier would even sell popcorn between innings if they wanted (LOL).








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charlesthall
Posted 2012-08-14 9:23 PM (#1784079 - in reply to #1560890)
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One last "Commercial Break" on Frazier Hall... On August 10th Frazier cranked a HR against the Brewers Shaun Marcum in his first rehab start.
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ettin
Posted 2012-08-15 7:40 AM (#1784273 - in reply to #1784079)
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charlesthall - 2012-08-14 9:23 PM

One last "Commercial Break" on Frazier Hall... On August 10th Frazier cranked a HR against the Brewers Shaun Marcum in his first rehab start.


Nice to hear from you again Charles! I'm pulling for Frazier to make that hard work he is putting in pay off in the long run!
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-08-15 10:36 AM (#1784358 - in reply to #1784273)
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Orem Owlz

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Me too... I am pulling for Frazier Hall to get him off my payroll! LOL

Thanks for you interest and for pulling for Frazier.

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Vladdy#27
Posted 2012-08-31 7:32 PM (#1806094 - in reply to #1560890)
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Frazier is now apart of the Arizona Diamondbacks organization

https://twitter.com/EKayAngels/status/241724329124061184
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BaseballMom
Posted 2012-08-31 7:44 PM (#1806112 - in reply to #1560890)
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Scott34
Posted 2012-08-31 7:44 PM (#1806113 - in reply to #1806094)
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Charles, thank you for the insight, and good luck to Frazier with the Dbacks
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mtangelsfan
Posted 2012-08-31 8:00 PM (#1806130 - in reply to #1806113)
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I really hope Frazier succeeds and thank you so much for the unique perspective you brought to this forum.  Thanks Charles
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Bobster7587
Posted 2012-08-31 10:41 PM (#1806338 - in reply to #1560890)
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When I read that Frazier was traded, this thread was the first thing that popped into my mind. That's so much for keeping this thread going. Good luck to Frazier with the Dbacks!
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-09-01 6:12 AM (#1806388 - in reply to #1560890)
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Thanks for all of your interest in Frazier... It was fun to contribute to this forum... especially since I had skin in the game... I will miss the Angels... I will miss AngelsWin. Geaux DBacks! Go Angels!

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lewiss
Posted 2012-09-01 8:02 AM (#1806398 - in reply to #1806388)
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Hey CT, I have very much enjoyed your updates and discussions on this board. You and Frazier will be missed. Thanks again.
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Adam
Posted 2012-09-22 6:32 AM (#1833912 - in reply to #1560890)
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Charles is one of the coolest dudes ever. Thanks for all your posts man and we will be rooting hard for your boy
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-09-26 7:50 PM (#1838759 - in reply to #1560890)
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Old habits are hard to break... so I thought I would check this blog out.

Adam... thank you for the kind words... and well wishes.

Frazier really enjoyed his time with the Angels... and will carry a lot of great memories and relationships with him for a long time. Geaux Angels!



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Chuck Richter
Posted 2012-09-27 12:02 AM (#1839450 - in reply to #1838759)
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charlesthall - 2012-09-26 7:50 PM

Old habits are hard to break... so I thought I would check this blog out.

Adam... thank you for the kind words... and well wishes.

Frazier really enjoyed his time with the Angels... and will carry a lot of great memories and relationships with him for a long time. Geaux Angels!





Hey Charles, just because your son is on the D-Backs doesn't mean we're still not Charles and Frazier Hall fans. Come back as much as you can and mix it up with us. Give us some updates on Frazier as well.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-09-27 3:00 AM (#1839476 - in reply to #1560890)
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OK Chuck... Long live this blog. I'll come back. CT
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Angel Oracle
Posted 2012-10-08 4:50 PM (#1854670 - in reply to #1839476)
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Charles, good luck to your son with the D-Backs org.
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charlesthall
Posted 2012-11-06 4:42 PM (#1874136 - in reply to #1560890)
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Orem Owlz

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Attached is Frazier's final will and testament as an Angel... his TOPPS Baseball card... now if I can remember how to upload a photo.
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AngelsAndRamsFan
Posted 2012-11-07 10:37 AM (#1874721 - in reply to #1560890)
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Charles, thanks for posting Frazier's Angels baseball card and thanks for all of your posts. I hope Frazier has a great career with the D-backs and in MLB.
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charlesthall
Posted 2013-01-25 9:54 AM (#1928022 - in reply to #1560890)
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Orem Owlz

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No real news on Frazier Hall... but thought I would give you an update.

Frazier has had a very productive off season... He has been hanging around (working out, hitting, fielding and deer hunting) with a number of MLBers and MiLBers here in the Baton Rouge area.

Frazier's little brother has been his "P90X" coach (and taking great pleasure with delivering "pain" and "suffering" to Frazier), and results (body shape and strength) have been produced.

Frazier has been hitting every night for the past 45+ days and comfortable that his Orem Owlz .355 swing is back... and his CR Kernels (imposed) .258 swing is a thing of the past.

Frazier will be reporting to the Dbacks at the end of this month (a little early) and is ready to compete against a fellow Pioneer League All Star for a job.

Good luck to the Angels... they should be something special this coming season.

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halobob
Posted 2013-01-25 12:26 PM (#1928107 - in reply to #1560890)
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Thanks for the update Charles! Hopefully this season goes well for Frazier.
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