|2015 Regular Season|
Frazier had never before scored more than twice as he doubled that total.
Frazier had been hitting .218 over his previous 14 contests.
Frazier isn't exactly setting the world on fire with two homers in his last six games, but it's a heck of an improvement from the 24-game homerless drought he suffered through previously.
He returned to the lineup Monday in St. Louis.
Frazier has gone 9 for 24 over his last six games with four RBIs.
Frazier also stole a base, giving him 16 on the season.
After hitting 19 homers in each of the previous two seasons, Frazier has 19 at the break. He's been one of this season's biggest bargains thus far.
This is not the kind of drama major league baseball expected for the event, and might have led some viewers to switch channels.
Frazier's home run was his first in 20 games since June 22. He has a team-best 18 this season and is one shy of matching his output from each of the past two years. He will participate in the All-Star home run derby next week.
Frazier is batting .354 with 12 RBIs and 12 runs scored over his last 18 games.