Top Yankees Prospect Clint Frazier Might Be the Most Jacked Player in All of Baseball

He's the red-headed Hulk.

When the New York Yankees sent super relief pitcher Andrew Miller to the Cleveland Indians at the trade deadline last season, they received a bounty of prospects in return. And though Miller went on to spur the Indians to within one game of winning the World Series, the Yankees acquired two of the Indians' most prized possessions: pitcher Justus Sheffield and slugger Clint Frazier.

Frazier was the crown jewel of the trade, a right-handed masher the Yankees hope can anchor the middle of their lineup for the foreseeable future. Last season, Frazier hit 13 home runs in 89 games for the Akron Rubber Ducks, the Indians' AA affiliate, while posting an impressive .825 OPS. His slugging numbers, somewhat unsurprisingly, have improved as Frazier has gotten progressively more jacked.

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Frazier has always been pretty ripped, but a recent video he posted to his Twitter account, in which the red-headed outfielder performs a series of Med Ball Slams, shows just how big the Yankees' top-rated prospect has become. This dude is starting to resemble The Hulk.

If a quick scroll through his Instagram page doesn't convince you that Frazier is the most jacked player in baseball, perhaps this will: Early last season, when he was still a member of the Indians' farm system, he broke a bat over his leg in frustration after striking out, arguably the most impressive display of power in his young career.

Since then, Yandy Diaz, another product of the Indians' farm system, may have taken the crown from Frazier as the most jacked player in baseball.

Between Frazier's hair and his power, Yankees fans are going to fall in love with this dude.

Clint Frazier

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