The Yankees, despite all the injuries, are sitting 2.5 games behind Tampa Bay in the AL East, thanks in part to the team’s crop of talented young players. Among them is 24-year-old Clint Frazier, who has not only turned heads with his stellar play, but also with his custom cleat game.
So far, the Georgia-bred outfielder–who’s batting .325 with 6 dingers and 17 RBIs–has stepped on the diamond sporting a bevy of Air Jordans and Nikes repurposed with metal spikes, including the AJ11 “Concord”, Nigel Sylvester’s AJ1 collab and the Air Fear of God 1. Yesterday, “Red Thunder” went full HYPEBEAST and took to Instagram to reveal his latest bespoke creation, a pair of Travis Scott’s new AJ1 release — check them out below.
Clint is currently rehabbing a sprained ankle, but is expected to return to the lineup this weekend, meanwhile, the Yankees take on the Arizona Diamondbacks today at 3:40 p.m. ET.
In other footwear news, check out Giannis Antetokounmpo’s first ever signature sneaker, the Freak 1.