Frazier third Reds third baseman in 20-20 club

All-Star swipes 20th base, joines A. Boone, Sabo

Frazier third Reds third baseman in 20-20 club

MILWAUKEE -- With a steal of second base Friday night at Miller Park, Todd Frazier became a rarity in Reds history. Frazier is only the third third baseman to become a 20-20 man -- with at least 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases.

In the top of the first inning against Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse, Frazier hit a one-out single to center field. With two outs and Brandon Phillips batting, Lohse fired a pickoff throw as Frazier broke from first base. Frazier, who has a career-high 25 home runs, reached second base safely for his 20th steal of the season.

Frazier joined Aaron Boone (2002) and Chris Sabo (1990) as the only Reds third basemen in the 20-20 club.

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