Some things never get old, and for the Angels, they used an old trick up their sleeve to turn a silly mistake by a Yankee, into an advantage for them. New York shortstop Tyler Wade got fooled by the ol' hidden ball trick against the Angels on Wednesday night. “I gotta be smarter than that,” Wade said after the game. And he's not wrong.

In the seventh inning, Halos superstar Mike Trout caught a ball hit by Brett Gardner and whipped it to the infield to prevent the Yankee runners from advancing. LA second baseman Tommy La Stella pretended to catch the throw from Trout, but instead, shortstop Andrelton Simmons hid the baseball in his glove. 

When Wade briefly lifted his foot off second base, Simba got him out on the tag. 

The umps got fooled as well, as the play had to be reviewed prior to Wade being officially called out. 

However, Wade did end up returning the favor two innings later. When he had another opportunity to get on base, he stole second and scored the go-ahead run to give the Yankees a 6-5 lead that they would not relinquish.