Todd Frazier not bothered by finger at White Sox camp
Chicago White Sox infielder Todd Frazier said Friday that his sprained finger feels fine and that he's been hitting every day since he arrived to camp.
Frazier sprained his finger late last season and was still experiencing the ill-effects during offseason workouts. He was wearing a splint on the finger as recently as a few weeks ago, but it no longer seems to be an issue.
2016 could be seen as a bit of a down year for Frazier, as he recorded career-worsts with a .225 batting average and 24.5 strikeout percentage across 666 plate appearances. Conversely, his 40 home runs and 98 RBI's were both the most Frazier has turned in for a single season.
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