Clint Frazier Is Part of Baseball’s Evolution on Concussions
By: Billy Witz
Two weeks after he twice crashed into an outfield wall, Clint Frazier could not keep the names of his cats — Papi and Phoenix — straight. He gave up driving to work at times because his depth perception was off. And when he swung a bat, his head became muddled.
“Foggy,” Frazier said last week when asked to describe how he felt. “It’s the word of the day.”