Odor went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Wednesday's spring game against the Rockies.
Odor continues to mash in the Cactus League, batting .368 with four extra-base hits and a team-high nine RBI. The strong September finish in 2019 has carried over to 2020. His 20 spring plate appearances are among the team leaders, which is odd for an established player at this time of training camp, but it indicates the Rangers are serious to have him establish a consistent plate approach after he batted just .205 last season. It was his second time in three seasons with an average just above the Mendoza Line (.200).