I dunno, I tend to side with Frazier on most of it. The media blew out of proportion that his hair didn't meet the Yankees 'standard grooming policy', even though the Yankees confirmed it did, before Frazier eventually cut it. Then there was a report that he was asking for Mickey Mantle's number until it came out that that was blatantly false. And then one of their announcers shamed him for not getting over his concussion. He's 24 and had an awful game and didn't want to deal with the media. Is there anyone more self-righteous than a coastal elite sports journalist?
It doesn't help him that he has a punchable faceThe New York media blowing something out of proportion, I never thought I would see the day.
Honestly though, I pretty much where you are at it seems like a lot of manufactured drama which you won't see me shed a tear about when it comes to effecting the yankees. He probably should have dealt with the media that night cause all that he did was make everything a bigger story then it would have been otherwise. Aside from that I don't really have an opinion strong one way or the other since he's not on the Indians but it seems like most of the things having to do with him as we both have mentioned has been overblown by the media.