DALLAS -- The Texas Rangers have traded two-time All-Star Joey Gallo to the New York Yankees, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN.
Details have not be released on specifics of the trade package.
Gallo has spent his entire career with the Rangers since being drafted by the club with the 39th overall pick in the 2015 draft.
The 27 year old has had an up and down seven years with the club, hitting just .211 in 568 career games. However, he's one of the game's premier power hitters with 145 career home runs.
After years of switching positions, Gallo has turned himself into one of the best outfielders in MLB, and was well on his way to winning his second straight American League Gold Glove award.
This is a developing news story.