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Texas Rangers pitcher Joan Gray believes the truth is somewhere.

Gray is in his first season with the Rangers after spending the first seven years of his career with the Colorado Rockies. He has 63 strikeouts and 11 starts at 4.27 ERA and a 9.6 K / 9 ratio. He appeared on Tuesday 105.3 Fan in DallasHe said he definitely made the right decision to move from Colorado to Texas and was enjoying his time with the company.

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On Sunday, June 12, 2022, Texas Rangers throwing pitcher Joan Gray throws white socks at Chicago.

On Sunday, June 12, 2022, Texas Rangers throwing pitcher Joan Gray throws white socks at Chicago.
(AP Photo / Nam Y. Huh)

The claimant was asked about the nickname given to him – “Ghost Hunter.” He explained that he had been “famous for about five years” and was ready at all times to talk about unexplained phenomena.

“If you want to have a conversation about something you can not explain, I’m your guy. We’ll talk about it forever,” he told the “GBag Nation” host, who is not going to do research. “I still want to read everything and figure out where that thing is going in that field.”

When asked about the government’s acceptance of the existence of some unexplained aircraft, Gray said it was “about time”.

“A lot of unexplained things are happening. I do not think there are tiny little guys flying in spaceships, but something we do not understand is happening and I think it’s really cool,” Gray said.

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Joan Gray of the Texas Rangers against the Tigers in Detroit on Friday, June 17, 2022.

Joan Gray of the Texas Rangers against the Tigers in Detroit on Friday, June 17, 2022.
(AP Photo / Paul Sansia)

When asked about the existence of Bigfoot, Gray did not even doubt it.

If asked if anyone believes in Bigfoot, I will say no, he said. “… there are so many things we can not explain, but we will not consider it, I think it’s interesting.”

When it comes to Area 51, Gray said he does not think much is happening there right now, but believes that “shadowless things” have happened in the past.

Gray admits that he has recently grown superstitious in the last three or four openings.

“There’s nothing specific thing I’ll follow, but I’ll pitch the same penny in my pocket the last three or four times and I’ve done very well,” Gray said.

“It’s the penny of 2016. It’s on the head and in the bullpen, so I understand, it’s meant for me to see, so I took it and put it in my pocket and have been doing well ever since. I take it out of my pocket and put it in the same part of my locker and put it back in every time. I said, ‘It’s very well maintained.

Texas Rangers pitcher Joan Gray in Detroit, Friday, June 17, 2022.

Texas Rangers pitcher Joan Gray in Detroit, Friday, June 17, 2022.
(AP Photo / Paul Sansia)

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In the last three starts, Gray has a 3.00 era with 19 strikeouts in 18 innings.