Guillermo Liñares / @ Guille94
A few days ago the New York Yankees decided to make moves on their roster, and one of the players involved in it was the Zulian Rougned Odor.
The Venezuelan infielder was first designated for assignment and later released by the Yankees.
One of the teammates who wanted to send a message to Rougned Odor was Aaron Judge, a slugger and one of the most dangerous cops in New York with Giancarlo Stanton.
Odor played 102 games in 2021, hitting 15 home runs and driving in 39 runs with a .202 average. His arrival came after spending seven seasons with the Texas Rangers.
The arrival of the Maracaibo native gave the Mules’ lineup a little more substance, alongside Anthony Rizzo or Joey Gallo, but they fell short by losing in the wild-card game against the Boston Red Sox.
Now he is looking for a team, a left-handed bat that has a significant home run share (in eight seasons he has 161 home runs) and that could give a team more power and versatility in the infield.