Joey Gallo Biography and Wiki
Joseph Nicholas Gallo is an American professional baseball outfielder playing for the Rangers of Major League Baseball. He was born and raised up in Henderson, Nevada. Gallo made his cameo in Major League Baseball in 2015.
Joey Gallo Age and Birthday
Gallo is 27 years old as of now. He was born on November 19, 1993, in Henderson, Nevada, United States of America.
Joey Gallo Height
He stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.95 meters) tall.
Joey Gall Education | College
He attended Bishop Gorman High School in Nevada. Gallo managed to be the player of the year of Nevada Gatorade Baseball Player and also a High School All-American by MaxPreps, ESPNHS, and USA Today. He hit a Nevada high school record 67 career home runs in 446 at-bats, and during his senior year of high school had a 509 batting average with 21 home runs and 80 runs batted in (RBIs) in 114 at-bats.
Joey Gall Family
Little is known concerning Gallo’s family. He was born and raised up in Henderson, Nevada. Our team will update more information concerning his parents or whether he has any siblings.
Joey Gallo Wife
He is not officially married but in a love affair with Shelbi Alyssa, a dancer and a student at San Diego University. More on their relationship will be updated as soon as possible.
Joey Gallo Net Worth
His net worth is over $20 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a professional baseball player.
Joey Gallo Baseball Career | Rangers
Joey Gallo is an American professional baseball outfielder playing for the Rangers of Major League Baseball. He was born and raised up in Henderson, Nevada. Gallo made his cameo in Major League Baseball in 2015.
He started the 2014 season with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans of the Class A-Advanced Carolina League, batting 323 and leading the league with 21 home runs as he struck out 64 times in 189 at-bats and was named a Mid-Season All-Star and a Post-Season All-Star as well as the Carolina League MVP.
Gallo was promoted to the Frisco RoughRiders of the Class AA Texas League in June where he was named a Post-Season All-Star, a Baseball America High Class-A All-Star, a Baseball America Minor League All-Star, and a Topps Class A All-Star.