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Rangers put 2B Rougned Odor on 10-day IL with sprained right knee

Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a sprained right knee. Texas announced the move a day after Odor was a last-minute scratch from the starting lineup for the series opener against Oakland. Odor is expected to be re-evaluated in about two weeks. The Rangers selected the contract of infielder/outfielder Danny Santana from Triple-A Nashville

De-skunking your dog: be prepared with a kit

Any hunting dog with gift for finding birds also has a nose for trouble. It’s in the contract you accept when pup joins your world. That’s why I’m always prepared for the day my bird dog sniffs the business end of a skunk.

Marijuana farm odor hurts neighbor’s property value near Cheney

Roger Bertsch can’t stand the smell that wafts from his neighbor’s property. Sometimes it’s barely detectable in the afternoon breeze. But sometimes, he said, the skunky aroma is so penetrating he can’t keep the windows open, let alone enjoy a meal on the patio.

Rangers rough up Felix Hernandez, Mariners

ARLINGTON, Texas – Rougned Odor homered twice a day after hitting a game-ending shot and Carlos Gomez connected for a grand slam off Felix Hernandez, sending the Texas Rangers to a 14-1 romp over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday for a three-game sweep. Odor tied a career high with five RBIs and Adrian Beltre and Ryan Rua also homered for the A.L. West leaders. Texas (80-54) moved a season-high 26 games over .500 with a fifth straight win and gave Seattle its fifth loss in a row.

Padres trade Shields to White Sox

The San Diego Padres traded pitcher James Shields and cash to the Chicago White Sox on Saturday for pitcher Erik Johnson and shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr.

Notebook: Marlins veteran Ichiro Suzuki closing in on 3,000 hits

Ichiro Suzuki continued his assault on the record books when, playing in place of injured outfielder Christian Yelich, he recorded four hits on Saturday. He added two more on Sunday to give him 2,956. “That’s why I’m here,” Ichiro said Sunday. “I’m always trying to be the best fourth outfielder I can, and I got that opportunity Saturday.”

Baltimore back in Camden Yard for first time since riots – and win

For their first game in front of fans at Camden Yard in two weeks, the Orioles took the field wearing specially-made white home jerseys that said “Baltimore” across the chest, a fitting tribute to their home city after a difficult time. The Baltimore riots forced the Orioles to postpone two home games, play another behind locked gates and relocate three more to Florida. But on Monday night, baseball returned to Baltimore as the Orioles played the Toronto Blue Jayes to open a nine-game, 11-day homestand.

Compost Plant Gets Ultimatum Stop Stinking Up Neighborhood Or Get Out, Council Tells Company

The company that manages Spokane's regional compost plant got its second ultimatum in less than a year from the City Council: Get rid of the stink plaguing neighbors within 30 days or get out. Council members voted 5-1 Monday to put O.M. Scott and Sons on notice that any more odor violations cited by the county's Air Pollution Control Authority could force the city to end its contract.