Clint Frazier has been one of the most exciting and polarizing Yankee prospects the past twelve months. Since Frazier was acquired from the Cleveland Indians last summer, Yankees fans have been looking forward to seeing the red-haired outfielder in the Yankees outfield. After making his major league debut earlier this summer, Frazier has been a productive part of the Yankee lineup. Earlier reports in the season suggested Frazier's ego may be the reason as to why he never played in the Bronx. Just recently Frazier changed his number to 77 after wearing number 30 in order for former Yankee David Robertson to get his old number back. Recently, Yankees general manager Brain Cashman told the New York that "send Frazier out" would be the option when Aaron Hicks returns to the lineup. In just thirteen games, Frazier has hit .298 with three home runs and eight RBIs. Should Frazier spend the rest of the season in the majors? Let us know below.