#Reds Todd Frazier Career HBP

Cincinnati Reds 3B Todd Frazier was hit by a 92 MPH fastball in the bottom of the 4th by Milwaukee Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo. It took awhile for Frazier to finally walk to first base. This morning I thought about that moment in the game and thought I would check Baseball-Reference to see how many pitchers have hit Frazier in his career. Matt Garza and Johnny Hellweg are the only two pitchers to hit Frazier twice in his career.

Frazier has 22 PA against Gallardo in his career dating back to 2012 with 7 hits, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB and 2 SO. He has a .350 BA, .409 OBP, .500 SLG and a .909 OPS against Gallardo now.

Todd Frazier

Todd Frazier

                                                        
                    PA H BB SO   BA  OBP   SLG   OPS HBP
Matt Garza           5 1  0  1 .333 .600 1.333 1.933   2
Johnny Hellweg       5 1  0  0 .333 .600  .333  .933   2
Brandon Cumpton      8 2  0  1 .286 .375  .429  .804   1
Sean Doolittle       1 0  0       0            1.000   1
Yovani Gallardo     22 7  1  2 .350 .409  .500  .909   1
Joel Hanrahan        5 1  2  0 .500 .800  .500 1.300   1
Jared Hughes         9 2  1  1 .286 .444  .429  .873   1
Jordan Lyles         8 2  0  1 .286 .375  .714 1.089   1
Lance Lynn          21 3  2 10 .167 .286  .500  .786   1
Carlos Martinez      4 1  0  2 .333 .500  .333  .833   1
Justin Masterson     6 1  1  2 .250 .500  .500 1.000   1
Daisuke Matsuzaka    3 0  0  1 .000 .333  .000  .333   1
Kyle McClellan       2 0  0  1 .000 .500  .000  .500   1
Bud Norris           9 1  1  3 .143 .333  .143  .476   1
Joe Paterson         1 0  0       0            1.000   1
Trevor Rosenthal     7 1  0  1 .167 .286  .167  .452   1
Julio Teheran        6 0  0  1 .000 .167  .000  .167   1
Edinson Volquez      9 2  0  2 .250 .333  .250  .583   1
Adam Wainwright     21 6  2  3 .333 .429  .611 1.040   1
Tony Watson          7 0  0  3 .000 .143  .000  .143   1

Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 5/4/2014.

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