​​New York Yankees outfielder Clint Frazier was placed the injured list for almost two weeks with an ankle injury, and before Monday's game, he has been ​activated and will be in the starting lineup.

This wasn't your ordinary twisted ankle, however. Red Tunder had a Grade 2 sprain to go along with two partially torn ligaments. Amazingly, the up-and-comer says it doesn't hurt anymore.

That's not a small injury, and it only proves that the young Yankee outfielder is an even more driven, relentless competitor than we first thought. All he wanted to do was play, and he now has the best opportunity of his career after spending much of last season with the fallout of a ​concussion.

I wouldn't want to go on the shelf at all if I was hitting the way Frazier had been. In 18 games, the 24-year-old is slashing .324/.342/.632 with six home runs and 17 RBI. And he's officially back to keep the fire going.