Grant Frazer recently finished his college career at Central Michigan University. During his time there he made the transition from a middle infielder to a relief pitcher. A graduate from Oconto High School where he was 4 time letter winner as well as Packerland Player of the Year and a member of the 2013 State Championship Team and the 2014 State Runner-Up Team.
At Central Michigan University as an infielder he hit .242 in his freshman year and went along to play in the Northwoods League until an injury ended his career as a hitter.
During the 2019 season he made the transition to pitcher and was a part of the team that won the MAC Championship and went on the play in the NCAA Regional. Throwing 37 innings in relief with 3 saves and an ERA of 2.75 on the year.
During a shortened 2020 season, he was used for 14.1 innings with a 2-1 record and an ERA of 1.80.
During 2021 season he was a member of the MAC Championship Team and apart of the NCAA Regional team that made it to the Regional Final. Receiving 2nd Team All MAC honors out of the bullpen, the RHP threw 37 innings with 5 saves and an ERA of 2.68.
Upon finishing baseball Grant wants to give back to youth players around the NE Wisconsin area and help them pursue their athletic related goals.