(CBS) As the White Sox continue their strong start to the season at 23-12, MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds believes new third baseman Todd Frazier has been a big reason why and not just because of his on-field ability.

“Todd got off to a slow start,” Reynolds said in an interview with Matt Spiegel and Barry Rozner on 670 The Score. “But Todd’s the kind of guy, he’s consistent and he’s steady, plays hard every day. Diving into the stands does not surprise me. That’s his game. But at the end of the year, he’ll hit .280, he’s going to have his 30 homers, he’s going to drive in 100. But I think his impact off the field is even more important than on. He’s one of the nicest guys you’ll ever know, will do anything for anybody.

“That’s helped the clubhouse.”

Listen to Reynolds’ full interview below.

On Saturdays at 9 a.m. CT on MLB Network, Reynolds hosts “Play Ball,” a new new kids-focused show. This week’s episode features Frazier, and you can see a preview below.

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