Yankees’ Clint Frazier tweets about injury status, including ‘inaccurate things reported’

Clint Frazier reacts strikeout cropped 6/28/21

Clint Frazier reacts strikeout cropped 6/28/21

Yankees OF Clint Frazier took to Twitter and published a cryptic tweet about the truth behind his injury.

Tweeting Monday for the first time since Aug. 2, he shared a generic sentiment, writing, “if you want to hold onto yourself, then let yourself slip.”

When a user by the name of Terence McGarvey replied, saying, “Hope you’ll have your moment to address the MLBPA and league officials about the importance of addressing head injuries,” Frazier published a quote-tweet response.

In the second tweet, Frazier wrote, “id love to have the opportunity to talk about this situation publicly and probably plan to do so soon — my issues have been very personal to me and something i’ve wanted to handle privately but there’s been a lot of inaccurate things reported about my injury that i’ll clear up.”

Frazier, 27, played his final game of the 2021 season on June 30. He ended his season slashing .187/.317/.317 with five home runs and 15 RBI in 66 games.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Aug. 14 that the plan for Frazier, who began a rehab assignment at Double-A Somerset amid a bout with vertigo, was “to build him up and see where he’s at.” Two days later, the Yankees removed Frazier from his rehab assignment and transferred him to the 60-day injured list.

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