Takes over in the late innings and can hum his fastball past opposing batters
Jason Frasor started in organized baseball in 1999 with Oneonta of the NY-Penn League. Pitched for Western Michigan an affiliate of Detroit from late-1999 thru 2001. Traded to LA Dodgers farm system in Sept of ’02 and split 2003 for Vero Beach of the Florida State League and Jacksonville of the Southern League, combined working in 50 games with a 2-0 record and a very fine 2.30 ERA in 61 innings.
Jason Frasor was traded by the pitching rich Dodgers to Toronto Blue Jays for young outfielder Jayson Werth on March 30, 2004. Frasor has an outstanding work ethic and from 2004 thru 2010 with Jays he relieved in 63 games… 67… 51… 51… 49 … 61 and 69 games. In 2009 Frasor rang up a 7-3 record with a 2.50 ERA with 56 Strikeouts in 57.2 innings for Blue Jays. As a fact: Jason has notched 389 Ks in 418.2 major league innings during 2004-2010 and is a late-inning setup man.