One of the busiest teams so far in MLB free agency no doubt it was the Los Angeles Angels, who already hired the former Mets star pitcher, Noah Syndergaard, in addition to having made other interesting movements how to claim waivers Bronx native and former Yankees Andrew Velázquez. Now, they’ve hired another former Bomber player to their team.
Through a statement, the Anaheim team has acquired through waivers the superutility Tyler Wade for a player to be named after or for cash, who was designated for assignment last Friday along with other players such as Clint Frazier and Rougned Odor.
A native of the town of Murrieta, California, which is just over an hour from Angels Stadium in Anaheim, Wade had spent his entire career thus far with the New York Yankees, fulfilling the role of being a true wild card for Aaron. Boone for his versatility at various positions, playing in his career everywhere except first base and catching, also known for his great speed.
Wade finished the 2021 season without home runs, with a .268 batting average, 5 RBIs, 17 stolen bases and 31 runs scored, with a 90 OPS + and 0.3 WAR.