The Yankees officially announced Clint Frazier is making his way back to the bigs, but he isn't coming from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre alone.
Right-handers Chance Adams and Ryan Dull will be headed to the Bronx as well to give the Yankees some pitching reinforcement. Also, LHP Tyler Lyons was also signed to a Major League deal, and he was selected to be called up.
Frazier is obviously the main piece of this call-up, someone Yankee fans thought would be up sooner given his history with the team this season. He had solid numbers in the bigs earlier this season, slashing .283/.330/.513 with 11 homers and 34 RBI over 53 games.
Adams is the only one that has played with the Yanks this season, having pitched 21.2 innings over eight relief appearances. He owned a very high 7.48 ERA during that span.
Dull comes over to the Yankees from the A's, where he had just nine innings of experience with them this season. He has been in Triple-A since coming over, owing a 2.70 ERA over four outings.
Lyons is another newcomer that just came over to the Yankees. He was with the Pirates this season, seeing only four innings of big league aciton. He's pitched in only 4.2 innings in Triple-A with the Yanks.