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Dodgers Fans React to LA Trading for Two-Time All-Star Outfielder Joey Gallo

On the last day of the MLB trade deadline, Juan Soto wound up getting traded to the San Diego Padres. The Dodgers did acquire an All-Star caliber outfielder in Joey Gallo, but trading for an outfielder with a .159 average probably wasn’t what the Dodgers faithful were hoping for.

Fans took to Twitter to react to the Gallo trade.

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Other Dodgers fans were not enthused with the move.

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Fans are betting on the Dodgers coaching staff turning Gallo's two-year long slump around.

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One fan blasted the front office for the move.

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Another remarked how they wanted the Dodgers to go out and get more pitching.

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It was also impossible to not relate the Gallo acquisition to other successful reclamation project players that panned out.

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Fans wondered how LA will even use Gallo with the emergence of Trayce Thompson, Jake Lamb, and prospect James Outman.

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And last, but least.

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  1. To the guy that said “our hitting coaches work wonders.” Max Muncy, Cody Bellinger, Austin Barnes are my answers to that! Oh, but I’m sure they’ll turn a lifetime.201 hitter into Tony Gwynn

    • Well said. I can envision clown Roberts having a lineup consisting of Muncy, Bellinger, Barnes, and Gallo vs the Padres because he”believes” in these guys. Dodgers should have picked up Soto and then flipped him in 2.5 years to get prospects if they didn’t want to pay him and Boras when Soto’s contract ends. Wonder what Boras is going to ask for when Cody’s contract end. He obviously ain’t worth $18 million a year