There are Rangers fans out there who still, somehow, think Joey Gallo is not good at baseball. They're wrong. Gallo may be hitting below .200. He may strike out in nearly 40 percent of his plate appearances. But thanks to his tremendous power, above-average base-running and decent defense, he is still an above-average Major League regular. Gallo is going to hit more than 30 home runs this year while getting on base more than 30 percent of the time and being a great teammate. As he is, he's good enough to be a starter on a winning team. If his game matures and he begins to make more contact, he's capable of being a perennial MLB All-Star.