DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)  –  Every Major League Baseball player is currently at home waiting for the season to start, and Texas Rangers star Joey Gallo is no different, however, the 26-year-old isn’t sitting on his couch. Gallo is keeping ready for the season by setting up a batting cage inside his apartment.

“My neighbors are going to hate me by the time this quarantine is over,” Joey Gallo said in a tweet with a video of his makeshift cage.

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Gallo is known for his long ball and has racked up 110 home runs in his five-year MLB career. Needless to say, he’s swing is creating plenty of noise for his neighbors to complain about.

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Gallo was placed on the injured list twice last season cutting short what many considered to be his breakout year. In 70 games, Gallo hit .253/.389/.598 (145 OPS+) with 15 doubles, 22 homers, 49 RBI, 54 runs and four steals.

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Though Gallo will probably never hit for high average or contact, last year he showed he has the ability to be an annual All-Star for the Texas Rangers, and hopefully, we will see that again when the 2020 season finally starts.