Bio: Morgan Frazier


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p8220390.jpgMorgan Frazier is now working with the DP to market and handle advertising in many different capacities.

Before DP, Frazier was a graduate assistant coach at Gardner-Webb University, where he received his Masters of Business Administration. At Gardner-Webb he was in charge of the catchers and assisted with hitters. Two of Frazier’s catching crew signed professional contracts. 

Before arriving at Gardner-Webb Frazier spent one year on the UNC Wilmington staff as assistant coach and was part of a record-breaking season with the Seahawks, going 40-19 and winning the league 21-3 mark. At UNCW, Frazier was also the catching coach that oversaw the likes of a 5th round draft pick as well as numerous other draft picks. 

As a player, Frazier attended Elon University where he received his degree in Business Marketing in 2002. As a co-captain of the 2002 regional team, Frazier played many roles as a third baseman, first baseman and part-time catcher, and grew as a player and mentor. Here he learned true examples of teamwork and determination. The Phoenix had a historical year and marked their first regional bid at the Division I level, and were selected to play as a #3 seed in the Clemson Regional. "This is what it is all about," Frazier says, "seeing a team with a little talent, a little know how, a lot of coaching and more belief than you could contain. It is no wonder why this is a great game."

Frazier is still involved with baseball on many levels, whether giving individual lessons helping kids develop into strong men on and off the field, or giving advice on how to get noticed as a player. Frazier is always available to help individuals compete.

"It is nice to work with DP and JrDP, an organization that looks out for the best interest for all parties. Frazier continued, We provide a service for players and parents to use to stay up-to-date with rankings, signed players and showcase opportunities. We are also able to give coaches the best opportunity to see players for evaluation. We are now going to be able to give local to national businesses the opportunity to advertise with a first rate organization."

Frazier is a Pittsburgh Pirates fan, with a long story to go with it. He is also an avid golfer and student of the game of baseball. Not as much a collector of America’s pastime as Austin and Rita Alexander, he finds time to pick up things here and there. A perfect day for Frazier: Golf in the morning, doubleheader in the afternoon, dinner and night cap anywhere and talking baseball with anyone who will listen.

Frazier, 28, is married to the former Krista Mize of Asheboro, NC. They do have a cat but will remain nameless.