The New York Yankees’ Joey Gallo has resigned himself to the truth that he’ll be suiting up with a distinct staff after the Aug. 2 commerce deadline.
Whereas it stays to be seen the place he’ll play subsequent, Gallo does not really feel nice about his tenure with the Yankees. Within the yr since he was acquired by New York in a July 2021 commerce with the Texas Rangers, Gallo has a .159 batting common with 194 strikeouts in 139 video games.
“I did not stay as much as expectations,” Gallo mentioned Thursday, through The Athletic. “Each time I see a Yankees hat, each time I see a Yankees jersey, it is one thing I’ll have to know. I did not play properly as a Yankee. I want I had.”
On Thursday, Jon Heyman of the New York Put up reported that the Yankees have been actively buying Gallo however struggling to seek out many takers. The veteran outfielder’s departure from New York was seemingly sealed by the staff’s acquisition of left fielder Andrew Benintendi from the Kansas Metropolis Royals.
Within the Yankees’ first sport with Benintendi, Gallo began in proper area. That place will finally belong to Giancarlo Stanton once more when the five-time All-Star returns from the 10-day injured listing.
Gallo, 28, was a two-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove winner throughout his time with the Rangers.