Different approach, same results. The walls are closing in on Rangers' struggling 2B Rougned Odor.

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Different approach, same results. The walls are closing in on Rangers' struggling 2B Rougned Odor.
Different approach, same results. The walls are closing in on Rangers' struggling 2B Rougned Odor.

CHICAGO -- They are running out of words. The Rangers bosses believe Rougned Odor is open to coaching and willing to work on his offensive flaws. They are certain his skills haven't evaporated. But there are only so many ways they can say this and then watch Odor pop out -- or strike out -- on another pitch out of the strike zone before something changes. On Saturday, GM Jon Daniels and manager Chris Woodward offered the best they could in terms of endorsements for the struggling second baseman, then watched him swing at a pitch above the strike zone, then pop out on another off the plate. That was just his first at-bat. It extended his most recent hitless stretch to 14 at-bats, dropped his batting

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