Todd Frazier posted a 2.2 WAR last season and still has a decent glove.
In his limited at-bats, he did provide a pop of power for the Mets in 2019. His OPS+ was above 100, and if he can put forth a season similar to his 2019, he would provide very nice value.
It is not out of the question to expect 25-plus homers out of Frazier in 2020. He is entering his age-34 season and is still capable of supplying the Rays with a middle of the order bat.
If things do not work out, he should be a low-cost, low-risk investment. Frazier still presents a pretty high upside if he plays at the level he was last season.
Frazier is no longer the 40-homer threat he was in 2016, but the power numbers still show productivity. You have to imagine he is willing to accept far less than the $9MM he received from the Mets last season.
The market should be pretty thin for the 34-year-old third baseman. There are a lot of low-end (not in an offensive way) options at third this offseason and he’s one of them. He’s a solid veteran ballplayer who could present a right-handed bat at third for the Rays.