Odor is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Reds, Stefan Stevenson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
It appears to be just a normal day off for Odor, as he's played in 17 consecutive games following his 7-game suspension. Jurickson Profar will get the start at the keystone in his place Tuesday and hit fifth against Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani.
Odor went 1-for-4, but his solo home run was all the offense needed to defeat the Cardinals 1-0 Friday night.
Odor must have spent his suspension in the weight room, because his power numbers have been on the rise since returning. Although his average and OBP are practically the same as before the layoff, his slugging percentage is up nearly 50 points from where it stood the day of the infamous brawl against the Blue Jays. In 55 at-bats since returning, Odor has hit three doubles and six home runs while notching nine RBI. He had just seven home runs in 187 at-bats before being disciplined.
Odor went 2-for-4 with two homers and three RBI in Wednesday's 7-5 victory over the A's.
The 22-year-old has been solid since returning from his seven-game suspension, and is enjoying a strong month with the long ball. Odor now has five homers in June, and has hit safely in nine of 12 contests. His first round-tripper, a 379-foot shot in the sixth, plated Jurickson Profar and completed a Rangers' comeback from a 5-0 deficit, while his 433-foot solo blast in the eighth helped pad the Texas lead to 7-5. He's now slashing .266/.290/.481 on the season.
Odor has hit the ground running since his suspension, notching hits in all three games since his return Saturday. He has three extra-base hits in that span and is showing his power surge last season was no fluke. After setting career highs with 16 home runs and a .465 slugging percentage last year, he's slugging .470 with eight home runs this year. Odor has a chance to top 20 homers this season, which would put him among the upper echelon in power at second base.
Odor returned to the lineup Saturday versus the Mariners, finishing 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and a pair of runs scored.
The hard-hitting second baseman slotted into the fifth spot in the lineup due to the emergence of Jurickson Profar as the club's leadoff hitter, and he fit in seamlessly as the Rangers hung 10 runs on their division rivals. Odor was having a strong season before his suspension, and he could be in for some extra RBI opportunities if he continues to hit further down in the order.
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