"Frasor has done it before, so it was just a matter of time for us to be able to get him the innings," Washington said. "In our mode of trying to keep the bullpen as fresh as we can, he's getting more important innings and he's delivered."
Frasor went into Wednesday's game having retired 16 of the last 18 batters he faced. He also had a 0.79 ERA in his last 14 games, dropping his overall ERA from 3.86 to 2.49.
"I feel good and my arm feels good," Frasor said. "You let it rip and cross your fingers. I understand early in the year, if I put myself in the manager's shoes, it's hard not to go with Scheppers and Ross. I figured I'd get my chance, and we're in the middle of it."
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