Gallo is yet to link up with his new teammates and won't be in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rays.
It's no surprise to see that Gallo won't be ready to go right away, having just been traded from Texas on Wednesday. Brett Gardner will be the Yankees' left fielder Thursday, with Greg Allen starting in center.
Gallo was traded by the Rangers to the Yankees on Wednesday, Levi Weaver of The Athletic reports.
Gallo was scratched just before first pitch of Wednesday's contest for non-medical reasons, leading to speculation that a deal was nearly complete. He'll now head to New York and figures to fill a corner outfield spot. His prodigious power should play well in Yankee Stadium with the short porch in right field. To this point in the season, Gallo has managed 25 home runs while slugging .490 across 388 plate appearances.
Gallo was a late scratch from Wednesday's lineup against the Diamondbacks for non-medical reasons, Chris Halicke of SI.com reports.
Gallo was penciled in at his usual starting spot in right field, but his removal from the lineup shortly before first pitch indicates a trade could be nearing completion. It shouldn't be long before 27-year-old's status is updated.
Gallo went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Diamondbacks.
Gallo helped Texas snap a 12-game losing streak with a three-run homer that chased Arizona starter Taylor Widener from the game. The home run marked the outfielder's first since the All-Star break. With trade rumors swirling around the slugger's head, could this be the last Texas-sized round tripper we see Gallo hit as a member of the Rangers?
Gallo is not starting Saturday against Houston.
Any off day for Gallo could potentially signify an impending trade, as he's been one of the more talked-about players leading up to the deadline, though there's been no indication this is anything other than a routine rest for the slugger. He went on an incredible tear over the final 12 games of the first half, homering 11 times, but he's gone just 2-for-25 with zero homers since the All-Star break. Eli White will be the right fielder Saturday.
Gallo is not in the starting lineup Sunday against Oakland.
The slugger isn't reported to be dealing with an injury at this point, so this appears to just be an instance of the Rangers giving him extra rest entering the All-Star break. Gallo has been on a tear at the plate during the past 12 games, slugging 11 home runs while driving in 19 runs across 37 at-bats. David Dahl will start in right field Sunday.
Gallo went 1-for-2 with a home run and three walks Saturday against the Athletics.
Gallo took James Kaprielian deep in the first inning, following up Adolis Garcia's long ball with one of his own to give the Rangers a 2-0 lead. It was the team-leading 24th homer of the year for Gallo, who also walked three times to up his American League-leading total to 72 in that category. The 27-year-old is enjoying a terrific season, slashing .239/.402/.522 with 52 RBI while going a perfect 6-for-6 on the basepaths.
Gallo went 2-for-3 with two home runs, an additional RBI and a walk in Wednesday's loss against the Tigers.
Gallo was responsible for all the offense the Rangers mustered in this game, as he went deep twice with solo shots off Casey Mize. The star slugger now has 23 homers on the season and has been on an absolute power tear with 10 blasts over his last 10 games, posting an unsustainable 1.303 slugging percentage in that span.
Gallo went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Monday's 7-3 loss to the Tigers.
Gallo took a couple of days off from knocking a ball out of the park, but he returned to his power surge Monday. He's swatted eight in the last eight games. A newly minted All-Star, Gallo is one of 12 players with at least 20 home runs. He also leads the league in walks with 64 and has a .387 on-base percentage, good for 11th in the circuit.
Gallo isn't starting Saturday's game against the Mariners.
Although Gallo went 0-for-3 with a walk and three strikeouts Friday, he had gone 9-for-16 with seven homers, 13 RBI and eight runs across his five appearances leading up to Friday's matchup. He'll get a breather Saturday, while David Dahl will shift to right field with Andy Ibanez starting at first base.
Gallo went 3-for-3 with a walk, a home run, three RBI and three runs in Thursday's 8-3 win over Oakland.
Gallo crushed his 20th homer in the fifth inning off Sean Manaea. At some point, pitchers will start pitching around Gallo, who has homered in five straight games, including multiple bombs in two of them. He's 9-for-16 with seven home runs and 13 RBI during that streak and has hit safely in six consecutive games overall. Gallo's raised his average 22 points, from .217 to .239, over those six games.
Gallo went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to the Athletics.
Gallo and the Rangers were held scoreless for 25 outs until he launched a towering shot to right field off Lou Trivino to make it a 3-1 ballgame. The 27-year-old has eight homers over his last 10 games and is slashing .344/.488/1.094 with 12 RBI, 10 runs scored and a 9:12 BB:K over that span. On the year, Gallo owns a slash line of .230/.388/.480 with 19 homers, 43 RBI, 45 runs scored, six steals, and a 62:98 BB:K over 317 plate appearances. He's currently walking 19.7 percent of the time and striking out at a 30.9 percent rate, which is on pace for the best measures of his career. The Rangers are certainly not in playoff contention, which means Gallo could be a hot commodity on the trade block for contending teams in need of offensive help.
Gallo went 2-for-3 with two solo home runs and a walk in Tuesday's 5-4 win over Oakland.
Gallo unloaded on Oakland starter James Kaprielian twice, giving him homers in each of the last three games and seven total long balls over his past nine contests. He's taken off in the month of June, posting a .653 slugging percentage and 1.095 OPS.
Gallo went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk in Sunday's win over the Royals.
Gallo went deep off Brady Singer in the first inning, and that means he's now hit a homer in consecutive games for the first time in 2021. Gallo, who has now gone yard five times over his last eight games, has a low batting average of just .224, but the slugger has provided impressive power with 16 homers on the campaign.
Gallo went 2-for-3 with two home runs, five total RBI and two walks in Saturday's win over the Royals.
Gallo blasted a three-run shot off Ervin Santana in the fourth inning, and he also went deep off Wade Davis with a two-run bomb in the eighth inning. The slugger is only hitting .223 but continues to display raw power to all fields, blasting 15 homers and posting a .818 OPS across 73 games in 2021. He also has four homers across his last seven games and six during this month.
Gallo went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Tuesday's 13-6 loss to the Athletics.
Gallo mashed his second homer in the last three games and has 11 over the last 41 contests. After an un-Gallo like start to the season, the power is starting to come back -- the Texas slugger has posted a .479 slugging percentage since May 1.
Gallo went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Minnesota.
Gallo has struggled a bit with just three long balls through 15 games in June. The power-hitting outfielder is up to 12 homers, 32 RBI, 36 runs scored and six stolen bases while slashing .224/.384/.416 through 280 plate appearances this year.
Gallo went 2-for-3 with two runs, two walks, a stolen base and a strikeout as the Rangers beat the Dodgers, 12-1 on Saturday.
Gallo was consistent all game for Texas, reaching base in the first, third, fifth and ninth innings. It was his most times on base since Opening Day, when he got on five times. He currently owns a low .214 average but excellent .375 on base with 43 hits and 49 walks in 61 games.
Gallo went 0-for-3 with a walk and an RBI in Friday's 12-1 loss to the Dodgers.
Gallo's sixth-inning force out produced the Rangers' lone of the game. It was his Gallo's 28th RBI, third on the team behind Adolis Garcia (44) and Nate Lowe (32). Gallo returned to the lineup after missing one game with a groin issue.
Gallo (groin) is back in the starting lineup Friday against the Dodgers.
Gallo left Tuesday's game against the Giants with tightness in his right groin and was absent from the lineup for the series finale Wednesday. The slugging outfielder is apparently feeling much better Friday, as he'll bat cleanup and man right field at Dodger Stadium.
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|2015||AAA-Round Rock Express||53||200||20||39||9||0||14||32||27||90||1||0||.195||.289||.450|