Nomar Mazara is a Dominican professional baseball right fielder for the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has previously played in MLB for the Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox, and Detroit Tigers.
The Texas Rangers signed amateur free agency outfielder Nomar Mazara before the 2012 season. Rodolfo Rosario and Mike Daly were the scouts.
During his time with the AZL Rangers, he hit a respectable.264/.383/.448 in 54 appearances. However, when he was promoted to the South Atlantic League’s Hickory Crawdads in 2013, his hitting average dropped to.236. In 126 games, he had 23 doubles and 13 home runs.
In the 2015 Futures Game, he was a member of the World Team. That year, he hit a total of 131 times for the Frisco RoughRiders and Round Rock Express of the AA Texas League and AAA Pacific Coast League, respectively.
In spite of being four years younger than the average player in those leagues, he smashed 26 doubles and 14 home runs, scored 68 runs, and drove in 69. While in Hickory and Frisco in 2014, the outfielder had 28 doubles and 22 home runs on his name.
Nomar Mazara Parents: Meet Ramon Mazara and Yanira Jiminián
Professional baseball outfielder Nomar Mazara was born to his parents Ramon Mazara (father) and Yanira Jiminian (mother).
Both Nomar Mazara and his father have a nickname for Nomar. His father, Ramon Mazara, served in the Dominican navy in a prominent capacity, and he followed in his father’s footsteps but chose baseball as his life career.