Wallach was the only backup catcher on the Marlins’ Opening Day roster for the 2019 season.
In 48 at-bats with the Marlins in 2019, he hit .250/.333/.375. He went 0-for-10 in two minor league seasons with two different organizations.
Wallach participated in 15 games for Miami in 2020, slashing .277/.364/.640 with a home run and six RBI in 44 at-bats in the regular season. For the Marlins, Wallach also appeared in five playoffs games, including his first postseason hit.
In 2021, Wallach was back on the Marlins’ opening day roster.
In 22 games, Wallach batted .200/.242/.267 with no extra-base hits and was designated for assignment by Miami on July 24th, 2021.
When the Dodgers reclaimed Wallach from waivers on July 30, 2021, he was sent to the Triple-A Oklahoma City Dodgers.
On August 7, 2021, the Los Angeles Angels claimed Wallach off of waivers. The Triple-A Salt Lake Bees received him.
In 39 games with the Salt Lake Bees, Wallach slugged .223/322/.432 and never appeared in a major league game with the Los Angeles Angels.
On November 19, 2021, he was removed from the team’s 40-man roster. For spring training in Tempe, Arizona in 2022, he was a non-roster invitee.
On May 7, 2022, Wallach was added to the roster of active players. On May 10, three days after catching Reid Detmers’ no-hitter, he also hit a three-run home run.
Chad Wallach Contract
The Los Angeles Angels signed Chad Wallach to a one-year, $700,000 contract, with $700,000 guaranteed.
Chad Wallach Salary
Chad Wallach earns an average of $700,000 each year.
Chad Wallach Net Worth
Chad Wallach’s net worth is estimated to be around $500,000