Odor went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run Wednesday against the Phillies.
Odor took Hector Neris yard in the seventh inning to record his 11th home run of the season. He's now gone yard in three of his last eight games, during which time he's also driven in seven and scored seven runs. For the season, Odor has managed a .224/.297/.448 line across 202 plate appearances.
Odor went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run, two additional runs and a walk in Sunday's 9-1 victory over Boston.
Odor reached on a bunt single and scored in the fifth, took Boston reliever Darwinzon Hernandez 419-feet deep to right in the seventh, and walked and scored in the eighth. This is the second baseman's second game reaching base three times this month as he's slashed an impressive .318/.400/.636 across eight July games.
Odor will start at second base and bat seventh Sunday against the Red Sox.
Thanks to Luke Voit (knee) and Gio Urshela (COVID-19) recently moving to the injured list, Odor looks like he'll have a line on a regular role for the time being. Even with a southpaw (Martin Perez) on the bump for Boston in the series finale, the lefty-hitting Odor will stick in the lineup for a third straight game. Odor batted third the past two games when Boston started one lefty (Eduardo Rodriguez) and one righty (Nathan Eovaldi).
Odor went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer, a walk and two runs scored in Tuesday's 12-1 win over the Mariners.
Odor capped off Tuesday's lopsided victory with a three-run blast to right in the eighth inning to put the Yankees up 12-1. It was the first time he's plated three runs all year and his first time going deep since June 23. The 27-year-old Odor is slashing .219/.294/.431 with nine homers, 21 RBI, 21 runs scored and a 13:46 BB:K over 177 plate appearances. His hitting struggles have carried over into 2021 after averaging .205 or worse in three of the last four seasons. He's also only walked three times in 21 games since June 1.
Odor went 3-for-4 with a double and one RBI on Thursday against the Royals.
Odor managed his second multi-hit game of June and aided in a strong offensive showing for the Yankees. He's also displayed plenty of power of late, as he has three home runs and two doubles across his last nine contests. Overall, Odor is hitting .211/.284/.422 with eight home runs, 17 runs scored and 18 RBI across 162 plate appearances on the campaign.
Odor went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and a walk in a 6-5 victory versus Kansas City on Wednesday.
Odor came through with one of several clutch hits for the Yankees on Wednesday, clubbing an eighth-inning two-run homer that temporarily staked the club to its first lead of the game. The long ball was Odor's third in his past eight games covering 24 at-bats. His season batting average still sits below the Mendoza Line, however, at .196.
Odor is out of the lineup Sunday against the Athletics.
The 27-year-old has a .587 OPS and 30.4 percent strikeout rate through 13 games in June, and he's on the bench Sunday with left-hander Sean Manaea starting for Oakland. Odor's regular role at second base versus right-handed starters could be coming to an end with Luke Voit (oblique) expected to return from the injured list Tuesday, which will likely push DJ LeMahieu back to the keystone after the latter spent most of his time at first base during Voit's absence.
Odor went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Athletics.
Odor had gone just 1-for-7 with a run and three strikeouts across his previous two games, but he broke out of his minor slump with a solo blast in the fifth inning of Friday's matchup. Across his last seven games, the 27-year-old has hit .280 with two homers, three doubles, three runs and two RBI.
Odor is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Blue Jays.
The veteran takes a seat following Wednesday's 0-for-4, three-strikeout struggle. In his last eight games, Odor has hit .179 with nine strikeouts and no walks. Tyler Wade gets the start at second base for Thursday's series finale.
Odor will sit against southpaw Hyun Jin Ryu and the Blue Jays on Tuesday.
Odor has started 10 times against a lefty this season but hasn't gotten the nod against a southpaw since Chris Gittens was recalled in early June. Gittens starts at first base Tuesday, pushing DJ LeMahieu over to second.
Odor went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in Saturday's 10-inning loss to the Phillies.
The Yankees fell behind early in the contest before Odor kicked off a comeback with a sixth-inning solo homer. The long ball was his first since May 28. The veteran infielder has flashed some pop with six homers and five doubles across 122 at-bats, but he is batting only .197.
Odor is not in the lineup Thursday against the Twins.
Odor went 2-for-8 with two doubles in the past two games but will head to the bench Thursday with lefty J.A. Happ starting for Minnesota. DJ LeMahieu will cover the keystone while Chris Gittens starts at first base.
Odor is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Red Sox.
The lefty-hitting Odor's absence from the lineup against an opposing southpaw (Eduardo Rodriguez) on Saturday didn't come as a surprise, but he'll remain on the bench Sunday with right-hander Garrett Richards on the bump for Boston. With Odor posting a lackluster .613 OPS in 123 plate appearances since joining the Yankees shortly after Opening Day, manager Aaron Boone may be inclined to limit Odor's opportunities moving forward in favor of the newly recalled Chris Gittens, who will make his second straight start Sunday.
Odor will start at second base and bat sixth Wednesday against the Rays.
Luke Voit's (oblique) recent move to the injured list looks as though it will reopen regular work for Odor. DJ LeMahieu will make his second start in three games at first base, opening up the keystone once again for Odor, who is in the lineup for the third game in a row.
Odor went 4-for-5 with a solo home run in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Tigers.
Despite the Yankees' offensive team struggles, Odor had his best night at the plate this season. He added three singles on top of his solo home run off Casey Mize to lead off the fifth inning. Friday was only his third multi-hit game this season, with the other two being two-hit games. The 27-year-old's average jumped from .160 to .198 after his four-hit game, and he is slashing .198/.296/.395 in 98 plate appearances. He is batting just .219 over his last five seasons.
Odor is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the White Sox.
With southpaw Dallas Keuchel on the hill for the White Sox, the lefty hitting Odor will take a seat after starting each of the past three games. DJ LeMahieu takes over at second base for Odor, who is sitting on a meager .622 OPS through 86 plate appearances on the season. The Yankees are expected to get everyday designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton (quadriceps) back from the injured list as soon as this week, and his return could create a domino effect that results on Odor losing out on regular at-bats.
Odor was reinstated from the paternity list and is starting Thursday's game against the Rangers.
Odor spent just one day on the paternity list, and he'll start at second base and bat fourth Thursday. In his return from the injured list Tuesday, Odor went 2-for-5 with a double and two strikeouts.
Odor was placed on the paternity list and will miss Wednesday's game against the Rangers, Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports.
The move comes just one day after Odor was activated from the injured list and went 2-for-5 against the Rangers on Tuesday. It's unclear how many games Odor will miss.
Odor went 2-for-5 with a double and two strikeouts Tuesday in a win over Texas.
Odor was activated from the injured list early Tuesday and was immediately inserted into the starting lineup. He played the entire game at second base and collected one of the Yankees' four doubles. Odor is batting only .182 this season, but he has contributed four homers and 11 RBI across 75 plate appearances.
Odor (knee) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Tuesday.
Odor served as a regular starter before spraining his knee in early May, but there probably aren't everyday at-bats available for him now with Luke Voit back in action at first base, pushing DJ LeMahieu to second. Odor did nothing to earn an everyday role during his 70 plate appearances prior to the injury, hitting just .164/.271/.361. He did cut his strikeout rate dramatically from 31.8 percent last season to 14.3 percent this year, however, which offers some hope for the future once his .128 BABIP rises to a more normal level.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/22||@ BOS||L 4-5||3||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|07/21||vs PHI||W 6-5||5||1||1||1||2||0||0|
|07/20||vs PHI||W 6-4||4||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|07/18||vs BOS||W 9-1||3||3||2||1||2||1||0|
|07/17||vs BOS||W 3-1||2||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|07/16||vs BOS||L 0-4||4||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|07/09||@ HOU||W 4-0||4||1||1||0||0||0||0|
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|Minor League Batting Stats|
|2013||AFA-Myrtle Beach Pelican||100||377||65||115||33||4||5||59||26||67||27||8||.305||.369||.454|
|2015||AAA-Round Rock Express||30||108||26||38||12||2||5||19||12||10||3||1||.352||.426||.639|
|2018||AAA-Round Rock Express||3||12||1||2||0||0||0||1||1||4||0||0||.167||.231||.167|