His energy was a breath of fresh air in the second half. He swung the bat well, hitting a robust .338 in 195 at-bats. Frandsen actually swung it well all season. He hit .302 in 99 games at Triple A and was leading the International League in hits and doubles when he came to the majors in late July. His ability to get hits has put him on the radar for 2013, possibly as part of a third-base solution with Freddy Galvis, definitely as a utility man.
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