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Chad Wallach batted 1-for-3 with a single and a walk for one RBI in the win over the As.
Wallach sat out game one of the doubleheader, but came in and had a solid performance in game two. He has struggled as of lately with a .167 batting average in the past seven days and is probably going to be tough to trust.
Chad Wallach went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run in Tuesday's 12-0 win over the Rays.
Wallach tallied his first long ball of the year and was behind the dish for all nine innings of a no-hitter, so it was an eventful day for the catcher. The 30-year-old has now started back-to-back games for the Angels with Max Stassi and Kurt Suzuki on the IL, so Wallach figures to be the go-to guy until either of those guys return.
Chad Wallach came off the bench and hit a solo home run in Friday's action.
Wallach is a long-time journeyman who has been a bench catcher most of his career. He likely doesn't make much of an impact this year but could earn a backup job in Los Angeles.
Chad Wallach went 3-for-4 with a three-run home in Sunday's win over the Reds. He scored another run in the fifth on Magneuris Sierra's single.
Wallach got the start to give J.T. Realmuto a day of rest. Usually Bryan Holaday takes over duties but it was Wallach this time. He does not need to be owned.
Chad Wallach will start behind the plate and bat seventh in Sunday's game vs the Blue Jays. J.T. Realmuto will slide over to first base.
Wallach was recalled when rosters were expanded but provides nothing more than depth at the position. He does not need to be owned.