After more than two months in the minor leagues, Clint Frazier appears ready for his return to the big leagues.
The 24-year-old outfielder received the call back up to the Yankees following the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre Railriders' game Saturday night, according to Conor Foley of The Times-Tribune in Scranton.
"Honestly feels like the first time I got called up all over again," Frazier told Foley.
Jack Curry of YES Network added Saturday night that the Yankees were expected to call Frazier up with RHPs Chance Adams and Ryan Dull.
Frazier's road back to New York came after he paid his dues at the Triple-A level, working on fielding over the course of the past 61 games there.
During that span, Frazier slashed .247/.305/.433 with eight home runs and 26 RBI.
Among his 61 hits in 247 at-bats, he added 20 doubles and a triple, while drawing 17 walks to 56 strikeouts.
Prior to his demotion, Frazier started the 2019 with the Yankees and sported a slash line of .283/.330/.513. He racked up 11 home runs, 11 doubles and 34 RBI in 53 games.