Jeff Passan reports about the Padres trading for Pirates' second baseman Adam Frazier. (0:37).What brings Frazier to the Padres' lineup (0:37).Sources tell ESPN's Jeff Passan that the San Diego Padres have acquired second baseman Adam Frazier, who was previously with the Pittsburgh Pirates.Frazier, who is 29 and leads baseball in hits, will not be a free agent after 2022.According to ESPN's Kiley McDaniel, the Pirates will be acquiring right-hander Michell Miliano, shortstop Tucupita Markano, and outfielder Jack Suwinski.According to The Associated Press, Pittsburgh also sent $1.4 million to Padres as part of the deal.Frazier started Sunday with a.327 average, which is the second-best in Major League Baseball. He also had four home runs and 32 RBIs.Frazier, a 2020 Gold Glove finalist, and an All-Star in this season's Pirates, was the second-longest tenured Pirates player after right fielder Gregory Polanco.Frazier answered a question about possible trades a week earlier and said that he didn't let it distract from his work.Frazier stated, "It's quite cool to be recognized as such and have teams want your services." It means a lot. It shows you that you are playing well, but it still leaves me with the worry of playing baseball.