Texas Rangers’ Joey Gallo Is Here to Stay

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Texas Rangers’ Joey Gallo Is Here to Stay

...don’t focus on his .205 average or his 71 strikeouts; league-leading “Crush” Davis provides a direct cautionary tale for the Rangers. Gallo has managed 23 walks, stolen four bases without being caught, his .548 slugging percentage ranks 23rd in all of baseball and a .861 OPS is also top 50 (42nd) in the league.

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The Marlins should sell first

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The Marlins should sell first

Stanton owns the largest contract in the history of sports —making A-Rod’s renegotiated 2008 deal with the Yankees look more like Jhonny Peralta’s 4/$53 million— and is untradeable.

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Cubs Perfected The Trade on way to World Series

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Cubs Perfected The Trade on way to World Series

Samardzija, traded a year after Feldman, had this to say about the deal that preceded him. "I don't think this team improves by trading Scott Feldman. He was one of our better pitchers. He's thrown a lot of innings, a solid dude, a solid guy in the clubhouse. It's a shame to see him go.”

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Jonathan Lucroy Trade Not Looking Good for the Texas Rangers

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Jonathan Lucroy Trade Not Looking Good for the Texas Rangers

To acquire the All-Star Lucroy, Texas sent a similar package. Cutting the head off what remained of their formerly league-best farm system, they sent fellow top 100 prospects and former first-round picks Lewis Brinson and Luis Ortiz to Milwaukee. Versatile Ryan Cordell was later identified as a player to be named.

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