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Joey Gallo talked about his struggles while wearing pinstripes while he was a member of the New York Yankees.

Gallo said he doesn't go out in public in New York because of the Yankees fans.

He said a bunch of players on other teams offered support. I feel like a piece of something. When I was a player with the Rangers, I watched guys get booed off the field and thought, "Holy s--t!" I don't think I'm good for that guy. I'm the one now. It makes me feel like a problem when people reach out.

Gallo is ready for the trade deadline to end.

He told Miller that they would see what happened. I am waiting to hear something. They are waiting to hear from me. All the furniture will have to be moved out of my apartment in New York.

The Yankees ended any speculation about Gallo's future with the team on Wednesday when they acquired Andrew Benintendi from the Royals.

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The Texas Rangers sold Gallo to the New York Yankees. He was named to the American League All-Star team twice with the Rangers and was expected to help the Yankees' playoff push.

Things didn't come to fruition. He hit.160/.303/.408 with 13 home runs in 58 games after the trade. He had a slash line of.157 and a home run percentage of 12 in 233 games in the year 2022.

Gallo wants to end up with the San Diego Padres because of his relationship with A.J. Preller, according to Miller.

Preller worked for the Rangers when Gallo was drafted in the first round.

The Yankees need to find a trade partner for Gallo by 6pm. He could be assigned on Tuesday. He can be released if another team doesn't claim him within seven days.

Gallo hit.211/.336/.500 in seven seasons with the Rangers. He won two Gold Glove Awards in the same year.