Gallo wanted to stay in Texas. The Rangers traded him anyway and made him cry. It’s only fair that he goes upper tank against these chumps during his new team’s push to play in October.
The loss puts the Rangers at a season-worst 41 games below .500 and gives them only three more losses this season to work with if they want to avoid their first 100-loss season since less than a handful of years from when man first walked on the moon.
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Up Next: The Rangers will face Gallo, Rougie Odor, Joely Rodriguez and the Yankees one more time with LHP Taylor Hearn getting the start for Texas in the finale against another (barely) former Ranger in RHP Corey Kluber for New York.
Wednesday’s first pitch from New Yankee Stadium is scheduled for 6:05 pm CT.