Marcell Ozuna

Marcell Ozuna Fantasy

Healthy
0.231 116th
2019
5.3 86th
2019
0.352 168th
2019
0.804 162nd
2019
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Height / Weight
6' 1" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
11/12/1990 (29)
Experience
7
College
None

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Marcell Ozuna News

Braves Agree With Marcell Ozuna

The Atlanta Braves and outfielder Marcell Ozuna agreed to a one-year, $18 million deal on Tuesday, according to sources familiar with the deal. Ozuna will hit in the middle of Atlanta's order and help replace the power production of third baseman Josh Donaldson, who signed with the Twins. Ozuna, 29, slashed .241/.328/.472 with 29 home runs, 89 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 130 games for the Cardinals in his second season in St. Louis in 2019. His batting average was a disappointment to his fantasy owners, but the power and improvement in stolen bases was welcomed. He'll have an excellent chance to drive in over 100 runs for the second time in his career hitting behind Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuna and Freddie Freeman.

4 months ago
Braves In Running For Marcell Ozuna, Nicholas Castellanos

The Atlanta Braves are still searching for a middle-of-the-order bat to replace third baseman Josh Donaldson, and outfielders Marcell Ozuna and Nicholas Castellanos are seen as the most likely options. Ozuna and Castellanos are both by far the two best available bats on the free-agent market. Both offer solid power profiles at the corner outfield spots. Although neither can play the hot corner in Atlanta, their presence would certainly help make up for the loss of Donaldson's thump in the batting order. As of now, Austin Riley is likely to see most of the playing time at third base now that Donaldson is in Minnesota, which will open up a spot in the corner outfield in Atlanta.

4 months ago
Marcell Ozuna Deciding Between Cardinals, Rangers

Free-agent outfielder Marcell Ozuna said he's basically deciding between the St. Louis Cardinals and Rangers in free agency. Ive been in St. Louis and I like the city. My first option will be St. Louis. If they step up I will stay, if not I will find a new home," Ozuna said. St. Louis just traded away Jose Martinez and prospect Randy Arozarena, so it makes a little more sense for them to re-sign Ozuna now. The 29-year-old hasn't quite reached the lofty totals he posted in his final year in Miami in 2017, but he did manage 29 homers and 89 RBI in 130 games for the Red Birds last year while hitting .241/.328/.472. Ozuna can be a streaky hitter but can carry a fantasy squad when he's on his game.

4 months ago