Frazier gets minors deal with ChiSox days after Rangers release

CHICAGO -- The White Sox signed former Yankees outfielder Clint Frazier to a minor league contract Friday.

The six-year veteran was in uniform and available to play for Triple-A Charlotte.

The Texas Rangers released him from a minor league contract on Tuesday.

Frazier played his first five seasons in New York before being released after the 2021 season.

He played 19 games last year for the Chicago Cubs. His best season was 2019, when he hit .267 with 12 homers and 38 RBIs in 69 games with the Yankees.

The White Sox also signed RHP Bryan Shaw to a minor-league deal. The 12-year veteran played sparingly for Cleveland last season.