Rougned Odor’s new contract came with a pair of horses as a bonus

Dan Gartland
Sports Illustrated
Sports contracts aren’t about money anymore-they’re about the perks.

Rougned Odor’s new contract came with a pair of horses as a bonus

Sports contracts aren’t about money anymore-they’re about the perks.

Sports contracts aren’t about money anymore-they’re about the perks. If Manny Ramirez getting unlimited sushi and the ability to skip practice whenever he wants sounds good, wait until you hear what Rougned Odor got.

The Rangers signed second baseman and noted horseman Rougned Odor to a six-year, $49.5 million contract extension on Thursday but the big raise wasn’t the only perk for Odor-he also gets a pair of horses.

Meanwhile, Adrian Beltre’s cow is sick.

Oh wait, what’s that? He hurt his leg? Carry on.

This article was originally published on SI.com

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