Why is Yankees' Clint Frazier slumping? He's not buying Paul O'Neill's reason

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Why is Yankees' Clint Frazier slumping? He's not buying Paul O'Neill's reason
Why is Yankees' Clint Frazier slumping? He's not buying Paul O'Neill's reason

NEW YORK — Yankees great and former batting champ Paul O'Neill told YES viewers during Friday night's telecast what he's been seeing of late from slumping outfielder Clint Frazier's at-bats: “He's flying open on everything!” Frazier rolled his eyes and smiled hearing that Saturday before the Yankees' 2-1, 11-inning loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. “People say a lot of things,” Frazier said. “I don't feel like I'm doing that, but I also don't feel like myself right now. Obviously I've been struggling a little bit of late. But it comes with the territory.” Whatever the reason, Frazier was scorching hot before he went on the injured list April 25 with a left ankle sprain and he's been ice cold since

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