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.
There were 20 home runs in 2018, as well as seventy-seven RBI, for Mazara 2018. Mazara missed the entire month of July due to a sprained right thumb. Although Mazara’s injury lingered and affected him for the rest of the season, it did not necessitate surgery.
The Chicago White Sox’s Reynaldo López hit a home shot on June 21, 2019, that was judged to be 505 feet long, making it the longest home run hit in the big leagues in 2019.
There were 19 home runs in 2019 for Mazara, who batted in a career-high 66 RBIs. The Chicago White Sox acquired outfielder Steele Walker in exchange for Mazara on December 11th.
Mazara had a.228 batting average with one home run and 15 RBIs in 42 games with the 2020 Chicago White Sox. The Chicago White Sox nixed Mazara’s contract on December 2.
By signing on February 11, 2021, Mazara agreed to a one-year contract worth $1.75 million-plus incentives with the Detroit Tigers.
What Is Nomar Mazara Salary: How Much Does Nomar Mazara Make?
Nomar Mazara takes home an annual average salary of $700,000 as a professional baseball right fielder for the San Diego Padres. In 2016, Mazara was making $507,500 annually.