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Who hasn't heard Frazier's story? Details of the Little League Custom Boston Bruins Jerseys World Series champion who took his Jersey Shore attitude straight through a record-setting Rutgers career, who won an All-Star home run derby crown across Major League  stops in Cincinnati and Chicago, and who finally returned to the one major league stadium within an hour's drive of the Toms River borders he still calls home.

"I can't even imagine what he's feeling," Brett Gardner said, "having a chance to play for the team you rooted for in a pennant race? I know he's having the time of his life."

Since joining the Yankees via a late-July trade, Frazier has been in the middle of everything, from early buzz for his custom-made ‘Toddfather’ T-shirts giving way to his now-ubiquitous thumbs-down garb, from his genuine, stand-up concern for the young girl hit in the stands by his foul ball to the similarly, genuine stand-up leadership  profile he’s assumed in his new clubhouse.

With an infectious personality and a grinder’s soul, Frazier has become a central figure in this Yankee surge, a man found as often on the top step of the dugout exhorting his teammates as he is by someone else’s Custom Golden State Warriors Jerseys locker checking in on their day. The 31-year-old wears his joy on his birthmarked, sun-wrinkled face, and the boyish appreciation that fuels it has never run deeper than in this, the deepest postseason run of his seven-year major league career.

“A joy to be around," is how manager Joe Girardi described him Monday. “He's always cheering for his teammates in a way that you really feel that this guy believes in you and helps you get it done. He's a leader in the clubhouse, I think. He's got a ton of fight in him.

“And when Custom New England Patriots Jerseys you put those things together with his talent, I think it makes him a special player and a special guy, and a guy you want to be around. And a guy that you want to manage.”

When Girardi gave his players Sunday off, when he allowed for some much-needed rest amid the long, grueling playoff road, Frazier had no doubt how he would spend it, trading his new baseball family for some time with his actual family.

“My son kept bugging me about going pumpkin picking,” Frazier said from a quiet corner of the pre-game dugout, his hands reaching for a helmet and bat for his upcoming BP session. It was a request Dad could easily fulfill, gathering his wife, Jackie, and their two children, 4-year-old Blake and 1½-year-old Kylie, and heading off to Happy Day Farms in nearby Manalapan.

The result? A fun family moment, caught on video and now with more than 16,000 views on his Instagram account.

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