Yankees reacquired Tyler Wade from Los Angeles Angels

The Yankees traded Tyler Wade to the Angels on Monday, officially ending Wade’s time in the Bronx as he was named to the position on Friday.

After appointing Taylor Wade on Friday, the Yankees traded the left-handed forward to the Los Angeles Angels on Monday for a player or cash.

Tyler Wade was named to the Yankees in November for a spot on the Yankees’ 40-man roster in a trade with the Angels.

Taylor Wade spent the first five years of his career with the New York Yankees before becoming DFAd and was traded to the Los Angeles Angels in November.

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If Tyler Wade could replicate those numbers, he would be extremely valuable in a New York Yankees roster full of players who could become top running backs, including Aaron Judge, Anthony Rizzo, and Giancarlo Stanton.

Tyler Wade, a fourth-round pick by the Yankees in 2013, never switched to the “Ben Zobrist-type” that the Yankees envisioned, batting .212 in parts of five MLB seasons.

The New York Yankees announced Tuesday that they have released winger Clint Frazier and Raugned Odor, just days after they and trainee Tyler Wade were assigned to clean up spots on the 40-player team as part of a broader reorganization.

The teams had the option to take Clint Frazier if they wanted to, but instead, the New York Yankees traded Tyler Wade to the Los Angeles Angels on Monday for money and a player to be named later.