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A Baby Girl Named Odor?

Her mother says it’s “Odor-able.”

According to a video uploaded by MLB earlier this month, a pair of Texas Rangers fans have apparently named their kids Pudge and Odor.

Their son Pudge is named after retired catcher Iván “Pudge” Rodriguez. Their daughter Odor is named after second baseman Rougned Odor (pronounced “ROOG-ned o-DOOR”).

Are these nicknames? Legal names? I don’t know, but I’d love to find out.

Interesting fact: Roughned Odor, originally from Venezuela, has a younger brother with the very same first name. (They do have different middles: Roberto and José.) The younger Rougned signed with the Rangers a couple of months ago.

P.S. I’d almost forgotten about Odor until I read Abby’s Sunday Summary earlier today. It included a baby named Adora Borealis, called “Adora-ble” in the source article.

Sources: These Rangers fans named their children ‘Pudge’ and ‘Odor’, How (And Why) To Say ‘Rougned Odor’, Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly Name Daughter Adora Borealis