Wade is not on the Twins' ALDS roster.
Wade's ability to play center field earned him some playing time down the stretch with Byron Buxton (shoulder) sidelined, though his .196/.348/.375 slash line wasn't particularly impressive. The Twins will carry just three true outfielders (Jake Cave, Max Kepler and Eddie Rosario), but Marwin Gonzalez and Ehire Adrianza can fill in at the corner outfield spots when necessary.
The Twins reinstated Wade (thumb) from the 10-day injured list Sunday.
Wade spent nearly two months on the IL with a dislocated right thumb, which he sustained in just his second career game at the big-league level. After wrapping up a 10-game minor-league rehab assignment, Wade is healthy again, but he's not expected to see much more than the occasional spot start or pinch-hitting opportunity in September while the Twins aim to improve their playoff positioning.
Wade (thumb) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment this weekend, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports.
Wade was supposed to start playing in the Gulf Coast League, but due to rain he'll instead begin the rehab stint with Low-A Cedar Rapids or Double-A Pensacola. The 25-year-old has been out with a dislocated right thumb since early July and figures to require a decent number of games in the minors to get back up to speed.
Wade (thumb) is no longer wearing a splint, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports.
Wade has been sidelined since early July with a dislocated thumb on his glove hand. The Twins are expected to determine the next step in his recovery in the coming days.
Wade (thumb) threw Tuesday but remains unable to catch, Brandon Warne of ZoneCoverage.com reports.
Wade has been out with a dislocated thumb on his glove hand since early July. Given that he's still not able to use the thumb, his return doesn't appear to be imminent.
Wade (thumb) was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Wade dislocated his right thumb while attempting to catch a home run Saturday against the Rangers. He'll get 10 days off to heal. Jake Cave was recalled from Triple-A Rochester in a corresponding move.
Wade left Saturday's game against the Rangers with a dislocated right thumb, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Wade suffered the injury while attempting to catch a home run. It's not clear how much time he's expected to miss.
Wade will start in left field and bat sixth Saturday against the Rangers.
Wade was recalled from Triple-A Rochester prior to Saturday's game to take the place of the injured C.J. Cron (thumb), who landed on the injured list. He'll immediately enter the starting lineup, but is unlikely to see an everyday role given the presence of Luis Arraez and Marwin Gonzalez.
Wade was recalled by the Twins on Saturday.
Wade will replaced C.J. Cron (thumb) on the 25-man roster. He was briefly called up to the big-league club in late June but had only two plate appearances prior to being sent back down to Triple-A Rochester. On the season, Wade is hitting .246/.392/.356 with seven stolen bases at Rochester.
Wade was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Saturday.
He was able to make his big-league debut Friday, but it was a very brief stay, as Byron Buxton's activation pushed Wade back to the minors. The 25-year-old outfielder is hitting .248/.393/.366 with five home runs and six steals in 70 games with Rochester.
Wade will start in right field and bat ninth in Friday's game against the White Sox.
Wade was called up from Triple-A Rochester on Thursday and only had to wait one day before making his way into the lineup. The 25-year-old could see some opportunities with Eddie Rosario (ankle) landing on the injured list, but he seems unlikely to simply slide immediately into an everyday role.
The Twins officially recalled Wade from Triple-A Rochester ahead of Thursday's game against the Rays.
Wade will head to the big leagues for the first time in his career with the Minnesota outfield having been gutted by injuries lately. Though Max Kepler (elbow) will rejoin the lineup Thursday, Eddie Rosario (ankle) is viewed as day-to-day and could require a trip to the injured list if he doesn't heal as anticipated over the weekend. The Twins will give utility man Luis Arraez a spin in left field in Rosario's stead Thursday, so Wade looks like he'll serve as a fourth outfielder while he's up with the big club.
The Twins will call up Wade from Triple-A Rochester ahead of Thursday's game against the Rays, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
The transaction isn't official and Minnesota has yet to announce a corresponding move for its 25-man roster, but Wade is likely joining the Twins to offer an extra body in the outfield with Eddie Rosario (ankle) and Max Kepler (elbow) both banged up. With Byron Buxton (wrist) and Marwin Gonzalez (hamstring) already stuck on the 10-day injured list, Wade could claim an everyday role for Minnesota if one or both of Rosario and Kepler are ultimately shut down through the All-Star break. Wade has slashed .248/.393/.366 with five home runs and six steals in 302 plate appearances in the International League this season.
Wade was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Wade spent 74 games with Rochester last season, hitting just .229/.337/.336. He'll need an improvement at that level before he's considered for a big-league job.
Wade went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer and a strikeout in Saturday's spring game against the Pirates.
Wade struggled following his promotion to Triple-A Rochester in 2018 -- slashing .229/.337/.336 in 74 games -- but was still added to the Twins' 40-man roster in November to be protected from the Rule 5 draft. The 25-year-old could make his MLB debut at some point in 2019 but is likely to begin the season at Rochester.
Wade was added to the Twins' 40-man roster Tuesday, Aaron Gleeman of Baseball Prospectus reports.
The Twins added the outfielder to the 40-man roster in order to protect him from the Rule 5 draft. Wade put up solid numbers at Double-A over the past two years, but he was a bit older than the competition at that level. He also scuffled a bit upon a promotion to Triple-A, hitting .229 with four home runs and 21 RBI in 352 plate appearances. He has excellent contact rates throughout his professional career, however, and his walk rate sat above 10 percent at most stops in the minors. If the 24-year-old can hit a bit better at the start of the season, he could find his way to Target Field, though his lack of a truly standout tool limits his upside.
Wade (hamstring) was activated from the minor-league DL on Friday, Brandon Warne of Zone Coverage reports.
Wade only spent the minimum seven days on the shelf after suffering a right hamstring strain last week. Across 50 games with Triple-A Rochester this year, he's slashed .250/.376/.378 with three home runs, 14 RBI and five stolen bases.
Wade was placed on the seven-day disabled list at Triple-A Rochester with a right hamstring strain, Jake Depue of 1500 ESPN reports.
The strain is reportedly not a serious one, but he'll miss at least a week. The 24-year-old is hitting .250/.376/.378 in 50 games since he was promoted to Rochester.
Wade is set to join Triple-A Rochester on Saturday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Wade moved up to Triple-A after Jake Cave was promoted to the big leagues. Wade was hitting .298 with seven homers and 27 RBI through 46 games at Double-A Chattanooga.
Wade was assigned to minor-league camp Sunday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic Minnesota reports.
Wade played well for Minnesota this spring, going 7-for-23 (.304) with two doubles and eight walks over 17 games. After hitting .292/.397/.408 across 117 games at Double-A Chattanooga last season, Wade could make his way up to Triple-A Rochester during the upcoming season.
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