Jason Andrew Frasor (b. August 9, 1977, in Chicago, Illinois) is a right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball who currently plays for the Toronto Blue Jays. He made his debut with the Blue Jays in , and he had a respectable 4.08 ERA in 63 games. A starter in the low minors from to , he was converted to a reliever in 2003. The Blue Jays acquired him from the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to the 2004 season in exchange for Jayson Werth. He was sent to the minors on April 28, 2006, and recalled on May 11, 2006.
Frasor's four-seam fastball can reach 96 mph. He throws a straight four-seam curveball, starting at near-eye level, on a downward trajectory.
On July 2, 2006, Frasor was demoted again to AAA; the Blue Jays recalled Shaun Marcum in his place.
Frasor is one of the few Blue Jays without regular entrance music at the Rogers Centre. His entry into games is usually accompanied by contemporary nu metal music by bands such as Nickelback. (In 2007 he entered regularly to the Black Crowes.)
On January 9, 2007, Frasor signed a one-year contract for the 2007 season with the Toronto Blue Jays, avoiding salary arbitration. The contract is worth $825,000 with cumulative incentives based upon games pitched.
Former Br. Rice star Bobby Frasor will be in town for his cousin Jason Frasor's wedding - not to mention No. 1 UNC's game vs. Valpo
Dec 14, 2008; By Pat Disabato and Phil Arvia Staff Writers Major league relief pitcher Jason Frasor already had moved his wedding date once....