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Given his age, though, I think he's a 3-4 win guy for several more years, and that's something.(Rob Mains)Well, you don't expect me to say "yes," do you, Henry?Really want to see Gallo get an extended look and stay healthy, but I can't speak with much confidence on how real the changes are until we see him try to implement them in the Majors. (Matthew Trueblood)Sano has succeeded already in the Majors, however (probably) unsustainably. I like left-handed hitters, so I'll take Gallo in the long run. Nash has one year of 29 homers and he did in Lancaster though, and I think it's a disingenuous comparison to make.If Gallo can slug .500, he doesn't have to make a ton of contact to be an above-average offensive producer.(Mark Barry)So, the way I'm reading this is that you're asking if Beltre could return a Top 101-type player in a pre-deadline trade once the Rangers decide to start stripping the team down? Most of the teams that I'd guess will be in contention for playoff spots will be well-positioned at the hot corner, not to mention the fact that is likely to be on the trade market as well. He should probably avoid having it in April if at all possible.

(Wilson Karaman)Unfortunately, sounds like we have to wait even longer to find out. I've long been lower on Gallo than many (preferred Mazara to him as far back as pre-2014, if not further), mostly due to the potential swing-and-miss and how it's ultimately going to let him function as a hitter.

We can also keep one minor leaguer (I have both Mejia and Acuna and could burn an MLB slot on one of them if I want) I have the following possible keepers: As much as I think he's the safest bet here, I'm tempted to throw back Turner just based the on the savings and your quantity of

(Wilson Karaman)Unfortunately, sounds like we have to wait even longer to find out. I've long been lower on Gallo than many (preferred Mazara to him as far back as pre-2014, if not further), mostly due to the potential swing-and-miss and how it's ultimately going to let him function as a hitter.

We can also keep one minor leaguer (I have both Mejia and Acuna and could burn an MLB slot on one of them if I want) I have the following possible keepers: As much as I think he's the safest bet here, I'm tempted to throw back Turner just based the on the savings and your quantity of $1 options. -- but Cust's 2007,where he walked over 20 percent of the time, struck out over 30, and had about a quarter of his hits as home runs is pretty remarkable. This is a giant 6'5" monolith who can hit big ass dingers and be worth 6.5 baserunning runs. It may take him awhile to learn to hit major-league pitching, but if he does, look out. I've been lower on him than some of my colleagues, but I get the appeal, and the lineup is good enough elsewhere to really find out what you have now. The three true outcomes are far and away the most Hegelian of all baseball's qualities, in which the walk is the thesis, the strikeout is the antithesis, and the home run is the synthesis that resolves the two into utopia.

I'll say Turner, Gallo, Devers, Hoskins, Shaw, Acuna, but I wouldn't blame you for saving the money on Turner and keeping Gray instead. Gallo is clearly a Hegelian, though whether or not that means he can play baseball is another question.

(Top 101 Chat with Craig Goldstein)Speaking of Russell this right here is a fascinating question that comes down to how much you believe in their respective bats and defensive profiles.

At their respective ceilings I would value Gallo of Russell ever so slightly, at their most likely outcomes I'd go Russell by a similarly thin margin. Anderson)Probably send him to Frisco or Triple-A, but if he hits and the Rangers are still in the playoff push (note: the American League is terrible), maybe they find a way to get him at-bats in LF and 1B.

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(Wilson Karaman)Unfortunately, sounds like we have to wait even longer to find out. I've long been lower on Gallo than many (preferred Mazara to him as far back as pre-2014, if not further), mostly due to the potential swing-and-miss and how it's ultimately going to let him function as a hitter.We can also keep one minor leaguer (I have both Mejia and Acuna and could burn an MLB slot on one of them if I want) I have the following possible keepers: As much as I think he's the safest bet here, I'm tempted to throw back Turner just based the on the savings and your quantity of $1 options. -- but Cust's 2007,where he walked over 20 percent of the time, struck out over 30, and had about a quarter of his hits as home runs is pretty remarkable. This is a giant 6'5" monolith who can hit big ass dingers and be worth 6.5 baserunning runs. It may take him awhile to learn to hit major-league pitching, but if he does, look out. I've been lower on him than some of my colleagues, but I get the appeal, and the lineup is good enough elsewhere to really find out what you have now. The three true outcomes are far and away the most Hegelian of all baseball's qualities, in which the walk is the thesis, the strikeout is the antithesis, and the home run is the synthesis that resolves the two into utopia.I'll say Turner, Gallo, Devers, Hoskins, Shaw, Acuna, but I wouldn't blame you for saving the money on Turner and keeping Gray instead. Gallo is clearly a Hegelian, though whether or not that means he can play baseball is another question.(Top 101 Chat with Craig Goldstein)Speaking of Russell this right here is a fascinating question that comes down to how much you believe in their respective bats and defensive profiles.At their respective ceilings I would value Gallo of Russell ever so slightly, at their most likely outcomes I'd go Russell by a similarly thin margin. Anderson)Probably send him to Frisco or Triple-A, but if he hits and the Rangers are still in the playoff push (note: the American League is terrible), maybe they find a way to get him at-bats in LF and 1B.

options. -- but Cust's 2007,where he walked over 20 percent of the time, struck out over 30, and had about a quarter of his hits as home runs is pretty remarkable. This is a giant 6'5" monolith who can hit big ass dingers and be worth 6.5 baserunning runs. It may take him awhile to learn to hit major-league pitching, but if he does, look out. I've been lower on him than some of my colleagues, but I get the appeal, and the lineup is good enough elsewhere to really find out what you have now. The three true outcomes are far and away the most Hegelian of all baseball's qualities, in which the walk is the thesis, the strikeout is the antithesis, and the home run is the synthesis that resolves the two into utopia.

I'll say Turner, Gallo, Devers, Hoskins, Shaw, Acuna, but I wouldn't blame you for saving the money on Turner and keeping Gray instead. Gallo is clearly a Hegelian, though whether or not that means he can play baseball is another question.

(Top 101 Chat with Craig Goldstein)Speaking of Russell this right here is a fascinating question that comes down to how much you believe in their respective bats and defensive profiles.

At their respective ceilings I would value Gallo of Russell ever so slightly, at their most likely outcomes I'd go Russell by a similarly thin margin. Anderson)Probably send him to Frisco or Triple-A, but if he hits and the Rangers are still in the playoff push (note: the American League is terrible), maybe they find a way to get him at-bats in LF and 1B.

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