Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor was put on the 10-day injured list with a sprained right knee.

Texas announced the move Saturday, 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. Right-handed pitcher Edinson Volquez was transferred from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day injured list to create a spot on their 40-man roster.

Odor batted .167 with no homers and two RBI in his 12 games this season.

Santana has appeared in the big leagues each of the past five seasons, hitting .256 with 13 home runs and 100 RBI over 364 games with Minnesota and Atlanta.

Giants first baseman scratched 

Giants first baseman Brandon Belt was scratched from Saturday's lineup with a stiff neck, less than 12 hours after scoring the winning run in the 18th inning of San Francisco's 3-2 win over the Colorado Rockies.

Pablo Sandoval replaced Belt at first base and batted sixth.

On Friday night, Sandoval doubled as a pinch-hitter and scored in the sixth inning. Belt doubled leading off the eighth against DJ Johnson and moved to third after the Rockies walked two batters to load the bases.

Belt slid into home for the win against the Rockies. A replay confirmed he was safe, ending the game after 5 hours, 35 minutes. It's the second-longest game in Oracle Park's 20-year history.

Mets announcer needs surgery

New York Mets announcer Ron Darling says he will have surgery next week to remove a "large mass in my chest" and hopes to return to the broadcast booth in May.

The longtime SNY analyst made the announcement Saturday night during the telecast of the Mets-Braves game in Atlanta.

Darling, 58, said a series of tests revealed the mass. He said doctors have told him that "if there are no complications I should be back on air talking baseball sometime next month."

Darling didn't provide further details on the diagnosis. The Mets said doctors had been monitoring Darling over the past few months.

The former pitcher was sued this month by former Mets teammate Lenny Dykstra over a passage in Darling's new book that accused the outfielder of directing racist comments toward Boston starter Oil Can Boyd during the 1986 World Series.