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Joey Gallo hits home run No. 40, Pelicans manager goes HAM

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Joey Gallo did what Joey Gallo does and you can watch it because technology is rad

A different kind of 40-40 club
A different kind of 40-40 club
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The last time a minor league hitter smacked at least 40 home runs in back-to-back seasons, I wasn't even born yet. Ron Kittle did it in 1981-1982. Well, now Joey Gallo has done it in his first two full seasons of professional baseball. You can watch No. 40 right here and golly if it wasn't clobbered:

Gallo had been in a bit of a slump in the last few weeks (striking out 17 times in his previous ten games), but that hasn't stopped him from hitting a dong the last two nights and equaling Kris Bryant from the minor league league in dingers.

Bonus video:

Here's Myrtle Beach Pelicans manager Joe Mikulik making Earl Weaver proud: