It has been nearly two months since Clint Frazier was sent back down to Triple-A, and with the trade deadline over and some more Yankees outfielders hurt, the 24-year-old still finds himself stuck in Scranton.
The Yankees say it is to work on his defense, and Frazier acknowledges that, but still feels he belongs in the majors.
"It's crazy that I'm not in the big leagues," Frazier told James Wagner of the New York Times. "It's one of those things where I know I'm not a finished product, but I don't know if anyone is a finished product up there. I think I need to be tested against major league pitching and defense in the outfield in every aspect. But I'm not the one who makes those decisions, so I'm going to continue to help the Scranton RailRiders while I can."