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ARLINGTON (AP) – Second baseman Rougned Odor has been recalled by the Texas Rangers after they placed outfielder Delino DeShields on the disabled list with a left hamstring injury.

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The Rangers made the moves before Monday night’s home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Odor was sent to Triple-A Round Rock five weeks ago after hitting .144 with one home run and 25 strikeouts in 90 at-bats while starting 25 of the Rangers’ first 31 games at second base. Odor hit .355 with five homers in 107 at-bats in 30 games for the Express.

DeShields got hurt chasing down a fly ball in left field during Sunday’s 4-3 loss to Minnesota. He appeared to slip on the warning track and grimaced even before running into the wall and slumping to the ground.

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