We don't even want to know what's going through the mind of Clint Frazier.
The 24-year-old young slugger was hitting .283 with 11 home runs before getting demoted to Triple-A Scranton (again) over the weekend to make room for the return of Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge as well as the newly-acquired Edwin Encarnacion.
How did Frazier respond? By deleting nearly all of his Instagram posts except two. Though, it is worth noting that his profile description still reads, "New York Yankees."
Folks, Clint is a regular Instagram user, so deleting all but two posts means that he's trying to tell us something.
It would be easy to call this immature on the part of Frazier and we don't entirely know what his endgame is here, but can you honestly blame him? Sure, his defense in the outfield is suspect at-best, but all the Loganville High School product does is RAKE at the plate when his name is featured in Aaron Boone's lineup card.
Everybody knows the budding star is deserving of an everyday starting role, probably as a DH, but he will never assume that position in Pinstripes, especially with Encarnacion now on his way to the Bronx.
If you watch this , and don’t feel bad for Clint Frazier, then your “takes” should always be questioned.. kid has played great for us pic.twitter.com/tCvbWBWQ5B— F?????e ⊛ (@FrankiesTooLoud) June 16, 2019
Could Frazier's clearing house act on Insta be the inception of him trying to force a trade out of New York? It's too early to tell, but the Yanks would be foolish to keep stringing him along.