BATAVIA TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - The questions came as quickly as the balls they tossed to campers at the Cincinnati Reds Rookie Success League (RRSL) underway at the Batavia Township Community Center ball fields.
Reds third baseman Todd Frazier and catcher Devin Mesoraco laughed often as they pitched balls to the 6-to-12-year-olds attending the first ever Clermont County RRSL camp; in between visits to various diamonds, they fielded questions. “What’s it feel like to get knocked over by a player stealing home?” asked one young boy. “It doesn’t really hurt,” answered Mesoraco. “I look at it as a way I can save a run for my team. Besides, I have lots of padding in that catchers gear.”
“How many home runs have you hit?” shouted one young girl during a question and answer session. Frazier has contributed 13 homers since his career began in the majors, while rookie Mesoraco has had six, including four this year. “I’ve been playing