Texas Rangers outfielder Joey Gallo’s 2019 campaign was cut short after he underwent surgery on his right hand.
And not even a quarantine in response to the global coronavirus pandemic is keeping him from staying sharp for Opening Day 2020, which may still be months away.
In a video posted Saturday to TikTok, Gallo repeatedly hits a ball off a tee into a net set up in what appears to be the living room of an apartment. He hopes nobody complains about the makeshift batting cage.
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My neighbors are going to hate me by the time this quarantine is over😂 pic.twitter.com/WNyRtXz1B3
“My neighbours are going to hate me by the time this quarantine is over,” Gallo wrote.
Gallo, 26, was in the midst of a career year last season when he was placed on the injured list in July due to a broken hamate bone. Just weeks earlier, Gallo made his first All-Star appearance as a reserve outfielder.
The former first-round pick slashed .253/.389/.598 with 22 home runs in 70 games in 2019.
This article was originally published by The NY Post and reproduced with permission.
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