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Odor's two-run homer powers Rangers' victory (0:53)
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Jalen and Jacoby: Ezekiel Elliott didn't buy any weed... that we know of (1:25)
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Odor's two-run homer lifts Rangers to walk-off win (0:39)

David Schoenfield SweetSpot blogger 

The Rangers do it again! Amazing. Rougned Odor wins it by golfing a 2-2 pitch from Edwin Diaz over the center field fence for a dramatic two-run walk-off homer and a dagger in the heart of Seattle's season. The Rangers are now 30-8 in one-run games. Amazing. Hey, I just said that! 30-8

David Schoenfield SweetSpot blogger 

The Mariners brought in Edwin Diaz for a six-out save and while he fanned Carlos Beltran with two on to escape the eighth, he threw 24 pitches. He's back out for the ninth against the meat of the Texas order. The Rangers are fine kings of the one-run victory ... and sure enough, Adrian Beltre leads off with a single.

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Dinich and McGee get animated about college football's Week 1 (1:56)
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Cole Hamels disappoints versus Mariners

The AL Cy Young candidate didn't last five innings and surrendered six runs to wild-card-hunting Seattle. The six runs matched a season-high for Hamels, whose ERA increased to 2.91. Follow live

Lineup: Rangers (78-54) vs. Mariners (68-63)

  • 1. Delino DeShields, LF (R)
  • 2. Ian Desmond, CF (R)
  • 3. Carlos Beltran, RF (S)
  • 4. Adrian Beltre, 3B (R)
  • 5. Rougned Odor, 2B (L)
  • 6. Jonathan Lucroy, C (R)
  • 7. Elvis Andrus, SS (R)
  • 8. Ryan Rua, 1B (R)
  • 9. Carlos Gomez, RF (R)
  • SP: Cole Hamels, LHP
  • Daily lineups

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Kirk Herbstreit's Gameplan Breakdown: UNC, Texas could pull off upsets (1:21)

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor WR Ishmael Zamora has received a 3-game suspension as result of the video showing Zamora beating his dog. "Our football program does not condone this behavior by anyone. We are deeply saddened by it and have worked together with the University to hold Ishmael accountable for his actions," Baylor coach Jim Grobe said in a statement.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys made the following roster moves to get to the 75-player limit: Kellen Moore (injured reserve), James Hanna (reserve PUP), Jaylon Smith (reserve NFI), Josh Thomas (injured reserve), Dan Buccholz, Arjen Colqhoun, Shaneil Jenkins, Jeremiah McKinnon, Mike McQueen, James Morris, Henoc Muamba, Richard Mullaney, Rodney Smith.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have placed rookie linebacker Jaylon Smith on the reserve/non-football list, which officially knocks him out for the first six weeks of the regular season. The chances of Smith playing at all in 2016 remain slim because of two torn ligaments and nerve damage in his left knee suffered in Notre Dame's bowl game last January.

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Is Matt Bush key to Rangers' season?

In a bullpen that has been among the worst in the majors this season, Bush, who was practicing in a Golden Corral parking lot after being released from prison, has starred. Where would Texas be without him? Schoenfield: Players affecting team's 2016 hopes (Insider)

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Bold Big 12 predictions for the 2016 season

Our writers see big things ahead for Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes and for TCU, including a win over Oklahoma and the Big 12 title?

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Stephen A. on the Cowboys: 'They puff more than they pass' (1:23)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Garrett said Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is dealing with a knee injury but the team doesn't believe it is something that will keep him out of the season opener. Lee had an MRI on Monday and has not practiced since playing vs. Seattle.