Rougned Odor and the Texas Rangers agreed to a new six-year contract that includes a club option for 2023 and guarantees the young second baseman at least $49.5 million.

The deal completed Thursday includes a $2 million signing bonus and a $13.5 million club option for 2023 with a $3 million buyout. Odor’s salary will be $1 million this season, and then it will increase to $3 million in 2018 and $7.5 million in 2019. He will make $9 million in 2020 before $12 million in each of the last two years of the contract. At 23, Odor is already going into his fourth season with the Rangers.

Making a beeline

When a pack of bees swarmed the field, the Rockies and Padres didn’t seem to know what to do. So they hit the deck.

In a bizarre scene at spring training Thursday, players from both teams went flat on the dirt when bees stormed the infield during the ninth inning of Colorado’s 10-5 win over San Diego.

Padres pitcher Trey Wingenter stepped off the mound when the horde hit, and after hesitating a moment, the 6-foot-7 right-hander dropped to a knee. Rockies batter Daniel Castro quickly did the same, and then Wingenter, Castro, plate umpire Alex Tosi and everyone else in the infield dropped flat on their stomachs.

The players stayed down for 10 seconds, and fans gave them a cheer when they stood up.

Brewers’ Garza on DL

The Milwaukee Brewers say starter Matt Garza will begin the season on the 10-day disabled list because of a strained right groin.

The team also announced that Chase Anderson will open the season in the rotation. Anderson joins an all right-handed starting five of Junior Guerra, Zach Davies, Wily Peralta and Jimmy Nelson.

Treinen is closer

Blake Treinen will begin the season as the closer for the Washington Nationals, even though he has only one big league save.

After Washington went a winter without landing a ninth-inning man and a spring training trying to figure out who would earn the role, manager Dusty Baker announced Thursday that Treinen, 28, won the job.

Around the league

The Minnesota Twins made slugger ByungHo Park one of their final roster cuts despite a strong performance at the plate throughout spring training, in favor of a 13-man pitching staff. ...The San Francisco Giants informed veteran infielder Jimmy Rollins he won’t make the team out of spring training and are waiting to hear back from him or his representatives about what options might be next. ... The Detroit Tigers released right-hander Mike Pelfrey, who was entering the second season of a $16 million, two-year deal.