Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor exited Sunday's game against the Cleveland Indians in the fifth inning with a right shoulder sprain and is listed as day to day, reports Grace Raynor of MLB.com. Odor was injured as he attempted to slide back to first base on a pickoff throw from Indians catcher Yan Gomes (video here and below). Odor is hitting .284/.310/.478 in the 23 games since his callup from Double-A Frisco on May 8. Odor was replaced by Luis Sardinas as the Rangers lost 3-2.
Odor, 20, was signed out of Venezuela in 2011 and made his major league debut May 8, 2014. He is ranked by MLB as the Rangers No. 2 prospect, is pre-arb and under team control through 2019.
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