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February 4, 1970 |
Ozone Park, New York
|Batted: Right||Threw: Right|
|July 21, 1994 for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 9, 2001 for the Toronto Blue Jays|
|Earned run average||4.00|
John Vincent Frascatore (born February 4, 1970 in Ozone Park, New York), is a former professional baseball pitcher who pitched in the Major Leagues from 1994-2001. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals (1994–95, 1997–98), Arizona Diamondbacks (1999) and Toronto Blue Jays (1999–2001). In 274 games, Frascatore compiled a 20-17 record with 206 strikeouts and a 4.00 ERA. In 1999 for the Toronto Blue Jays John tied a major league record by pitching in three consecutive days and recording three wins on those three days. He is known for his endurance and throughout his career he was never on the disabled list. In 2003 Frascatore retired and went overseas to Taiwan to pitch where he recorded a 1.80 ERA and won the Cy Young award.
John's has a son and his daughter Kaylee is currently[when?] a freshman in high school playing on multiple sports teams for her school. John is married to Haylie Claussen. Mrs. Frascatore is a former college standout softball player at Belmont Abbey College who is currently an RN at a nearby children's hospital. John is currently a teacher and coaches the baseball team at Cantebury.
John also worked as the baseball director for Camp Wayne For Boys in the summer of 2013.