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Joey Gallo; Now With Batting Average

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By: Noah Wright   Entering the season, Joey Gallo didn’t really have that high of expectations. Hit barely above the mendoza line, draw a decent amount of walks, play some solid defense and crush the ball at superhuman rates. Really, the only flaw Gallo had was the fact he pulled the ball all the time, and his average always hovered around the mendoza line. However, he’s perfected something that has taken him to the next level. After 2 full MLB seasons, Joey Gallo has finally figured out how to hit for some batting average. Now to start, it’s kind of...

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Is This Finally Joey Gallo's Breakout Season?

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By: Noah Wright   I think we’ve all ragged about Joey Gallo in one way or another. There are plenty of things about Gallo that make him an interesting character. For one, he’s the definition of modern three true outcomes, he had nearly 100 home runs before 1 sac fly, he is one of the most shifted on batters in the MLB. But Gallo has never broken out fully in the MLB. Sure he’s had some solid seasons, but nothing that that has lived up to the potential he had in the minors. Before he made the MLB, Gallo was...

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How The Rangers Can Fix Themselves

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By: Noah Wright   The Rangers are clearly in a dire situation. They’ve traded off Jurickson Profar for 4 minor league players who, even though they’re not top 100 prospects, seem to have shown some promise in the minors, and most of them are ranked on the Rangers top 30 list. However, the Rangers farm is still far from good after the Profar trade. They don’t have very much talent that will bring back a haul, however, it’s not completely devoid of anything decent. Their most valuable piece is likely Jose Leclerc. Leclerc is only 25 years old, and reaches...

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