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Todd Frazier can't contain his excitement watching his son Blake hit a dinger off a tee

Mets third baseman Todd Frazier is no stranger to the long ball. The eight-year MLB veteran has 185 home runs to his name at the big league level, as well as a Home Run Derby title thanks to his epic performance in his then-home ballpark in Cincinnati back in 2015. So it should be no surprise to learn that his 4-year-old son Blake has already started to perfect his own home run swing:

Like father like son. We're looking forward to the 2038 Home Run Derby, featuring Blake Frazier.
Here are some other highlights from the last week from baseballers on social media...
Billy Hamilton made an unbelievable catch to rob Matt Carpenter of a home run, adding to his already-long highlight reel from this season.

Amir Garrett was absolutely stunned: 

Reds prospect Tyler Stephenson was similarly amazed:

Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp understands that speed isn't his best asset:

All-Star Week kicked off with the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, which featured Indians pitching prospect Kieran Lovegrove, who felt oddly old by prospect standards:

Bryce Harpermay have had the storybook ending in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, but Phillies slugger Rhys Hoskins got the show started early with an impressive 37 dingers over his two rounds. His teammate Scott Kingery enjoyed watching on TV with Hoskins' dog Rookie, but those in attendance also loved the show, including Mike Trout:

Former Orioles Minor League outfielder Conor Bierfeldt had an amusing observation:

Hoskins himself chimed in afterwards about his Derby experience:

Freddie Freeman may have been eliminated by Harper in the first round, but his teammate Brandon McCarthy argued the regular Derby format wasn't best for the slugger:

Cardinals reliever Jordan Hicks suggested a new type of competition that he himself would likely thrive in:

Trevor Williams appeared more than ready for the Pirates' second half to begin:

Williams' teammate Jameson Taillon, meanwhile, seemed to be enjoying his All-Star break: