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Frazier confident he’ll ‘run with the opportunity’


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Adam Frazier waits to take batting practice. - JOHN PERROTTO / DKPS

BRADENTON, Fla. – During the final week of each season, Pirates management conducts exit interviews with each of their players.

Neal Huntington and Clint Hurdle review their seasons, talk about offseason plans and look ahead to the following year. Normally, those interviews do not contain many surprises.

However, Adam Frazier got some big news during his exit interview last September. The utility player was told that he would almost certainly be the starting second baseman in 2019, as Josh Harrison was set to become a free agent.

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