Cincinnati Reds star Todd Frazier thrilled at the Home Run Derby in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Monday night, hitting 15 homers in just four minutes!
The event, which occurs during the All-Star break, features players from various professional baseball teams, who compete in the event and see how many balls they get hit out of the park in a certain amount of time.
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And in a vintage video, Frazier, at age 12, who hails from New Jersey, belted a homer, helping the U.S. beat Japan for the 1998 Little League Championship.
He’s a slugger then and now!
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