San Diego Padres DFA 10-Year Vet Hitting Just .210

157 plate appearances of a .210 average with very little power was enough for the San Diego Padres, as they've designated for assignment the man whose biggest hit in the major leagues was a sucker punch with his fist, rather than at the plate with his bat.

Rougned Odor, who hasn't hit much better than .200 for the last six years, with an OPS+ consistently at least 20% below the league average, will have to find another team to take a chance on a supposed power bat that also hasn't shown much punch in the last four seasons. 

With the Friars this year, Odor had a .370 slugging percentage, a .675 OPS, and just four home runs. 

The Padres now have a week to either trade or release the 29-year-old. 

The timing couldn't be worse for fans of the Toronto Blue Jays, as the Padres visit the Rogers Centre Tuesday night. The DFA deprives Toronto fans of a rousing chorus of boos for Odor anytime he steps to the plate. His slugging of former Jays' great Jose Bautista in the face in 2016 will forever be the only thing Odor will be known for as a baseball player. The Blue Jays KO'd Odor and the Texas Rangers from the postseason in both 2015 and '16. 

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