Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor got a single in the bottom of the second of Tuesday night’s game against the Seattle Mariners, and had a surprise in store for Mariners first baseman Dae-Ho Lee. Odor attempted to give Lee a wedgie:

Hey, certainly friendlier than a punch, at least.

Odor came to the plate again in the bottom of the ninth, and the good news for Lee was that the at-bat didn’t result in Odor standing on first base to give more wedgies. The bad news for Lee and the Mariners: Odor hit a two-run walk-off homer.

Quite an eventful night at the ballpark for Odor, and that was his first career walk-off homer. But home runs are certainly nothing new to Odor, as he’s now cranked 25 on the season for the first-place Rangers.

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