Angels Select Contracts of Two Players from Double-A

He's back in the majors after just four days. 

The Los Angeles Angels have selected the contract of outfielder Ryan Aguilar from Double-A Rocket City. 

The twenty-seven-year-old rookie has been great at the Double-A level this season, batting a .280 average with a phenomenal .427 on-base percentage. He's also hit 15 home runs, 48 RBIs and 11 stolen bases over 88 games. 

Aguilar joined the Angels in Toronto last week for their series against the Blue Jays and went 2-for-11 in his major league debut. 

The team has also selected the contract of pitcher Zack Weiss from Double-A Rocket City.

Weiss has not made an appearance in the majors since he made his MLB debut in 2018 with the Cincinnati Reds, which did not go so well. 

The thirty-year-old has posted a middling 4.50 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, and 65 strikeouts over 50 innings at the Triple-A level this season. In 43 games, he holds a 2-3 record and has converted three saves.