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Owns tremendous home-run power, thanks largely to great hands, as well as an outstanding throwing arm in right field. A good runner, he can also steal bases.
Flaws: : Doesn't draw enough walks and strikes out a bit too much, mainly because he tends to chase breaking balls out of the strike zone a little too often.
He was a depth guy on the offensive line, but after being used just a few times last season, the team found better and younger in the hopefuls this year.Analyst: Howard Bender
For those who have overlooked Ozuna all year, stop. Pay attention because it's only going to get better. Last year he hit for average and showed good speed. This year those categories have dropped but he's now on 19 home runs with 70 RBI. Next year is the year this 23-year old puts it all together and jumps into the keeper conversation on an annual basis. For right now though, he's now homered in three-straight games and has hit safely in his last five, adding 10 RBI and eight runs scored in that span. He's a must-start in any format he's available.Analyst: Howard Bender
Ozuna has been on fire of late going 9 for 23(.391) over his past six games with six runs, two home runs and six RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
While most will scoff at the .257 average, Ozuna's 17 home runs put to rest last season's concerns with his ability to hit for power. He'll continue to be a solid asset for this year, but if you're looking for someone who is primed for a major breakout next season, this is your guy. Last year he hit for average and flashed the speed. This year the focus was power. Next year, he puts it all together. Juts remember the name.Analyst: Howard Bender