Sure. That would be a lot to offer, honestly. Maybe if they got talked into that because Texas has greater leverage than it would appear. I like what you've done with Oviedo in that mix because the Rangers are going to be geared toward the future, down the road, not the 2021 season. So, O'Neill -- not sure his fit for them. And they were looking for that righthanded bat a year ago, and couldn't figure out a move with the Cardinals before just grabbing Garcia off waivers. Montero, intriguing. Woodford helps them immediately.
Gallo has two more years of control -- and his salary will escalate significantly in the coming year. In exchange you get a hitter who slugged 40 home runs in back to back years and yet had a .810 OPS in one of those years. Goodness. He's a career .825 OPS, though he's 2020 removed from a remarkable year of .900, and that would clearly help the Cardinals -- from the left side, that kind of numbers, that kind of name-brand power, as far as reputation goes.
Tread cautiously, though. And that's the cost aspect I mention.
If you're into projections, consider the following from Baseball-Reference.com for the 2021 season.
OF A: .236/.323/.486, .808 OPS for 25 HR, 58 RBIs
OF B: .232/.306/.420, .726 OPS with 18 HR, 54 RBIs
OF C: .241/.296/.458, .755 OPS with 28 HR, 76 RBIs
OF D: .219/.333/.476, .809 OPS with 31 HR, 77 RBIs
OF D is Joey Gallo.
OF C is Tyler O'Neill
OF B is Randal Grichuk
OF A is Joc Pederson.