|2017 Spring Training Stats||40||4||11||1||8||0||.275||.286||.711|
|Spring Training Career Stats||94||12||26||3||17||2||.277||.310||.725|
|MLB Career Stats||516||59||137||20||64||0||.266||.320||.739|
Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara finished the 2016 regular season with a .266 average, 20 home runs, 64 RBIs and 59 runs scored.
Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara was a tough grader when asked to assess his first season in the Major Leagues. "It went OK," Mazara said. "I think I can do better."
|April 10, 2016||Texas Rangers recalled RF Nomar Mazara from Round Rock Express.|
|March 21, 2016||Texas Rangers optioned RF Nomar Mazara to Round Rock Express.|
|November 20, 2015||Texas Rangers selected the contract of Nomar Mazara from Round Rock Express.|
|August 18, 2015||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Round Rock Express from Frisco RoughRiders.|
|July 15, 2015||Frisco RoughRiders activated RF Nomar Mazara from the temporarily inactive list.|
|July 11, 2015||Frisco RoughRiders placed RF Nomar Mazara on the temporarily inactive list.|
|March 20, 2015||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Texas Rangers.|
|August 4, 2014||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Frisco RoughRiders from Hickory Crawdads.|
|March 3, 2014||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Texas Rangers.|
|April 3, 2013||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Hickory Crawdads from AZL Rangers.|
|March 9, 2013||RF Nomar Mazara assigned to Texas Rangers.|
|June 20, 2012||Nomar Mazara assigned to AZL Rangers.|
|July 6, 2011||Texas Rangers signed free agent OF Nomar Mazara to a minor league contract.|
Nomar Shamir (Jiminian) Mazara…was a member of the 2010 Dominican Republic squad that won the Junior Division (14-15) championship in the RBI World Series in Jupiter, Florida, along with fellow Texas prospect Ronald Guzman…father is a retired general in the Dominican Navy…signed by Rodolfo Rosario and Mike Daly.2016
Played in 3 games at Round Rock (AAA) to open the year before 4/10 recall by the Rangers with injury to Shin-Soo Choo…remained with club for duration of the season…started 97 games in right field and 33 in left…tied for 3rd on team in triples (3) and ranked 5th in hits (137), total bases (216), HR (20), RBI (64), and runs (59)…tied for 5th in the A.L. with 7 sac flies, matching team best…topped all A.L. rookies in hits, total bases, runs, homers (tied), and RBI and was 2nd in walks (38)… placed among Rangers all-time single-season rookie leaders in slugging (3rd, .419), hits (T3rd), homers (4th), batting average (5th, .266), OBP (6th, .320), at bats (6th, 516), RBI (T6th), and games (T8th, 145).2015
Selected as Rangers Tom Grieve Minor League Player of the Year after combining to hit career-high .296 (145-490) with 26 2B, 2 3B, 14 HR, and 69 RBI in 131 games for Frisco (Class AA) and Round Rock (Class AAA)…after the season, rated as the No. 12 prospect in the Texas League by Baseball America… spent bulk of season with Frisco before promotion to Round Rock on Aug. 18…totaled 77 starts in right field and 33 in left, posting a .966 (8 E/232 TC) fielding pct. in the outfield with 16 assists…had 13 OF assists in the Texas League, second-most to San Antonio's Hunter Renfroe (14)…combined to bat .314 (38-121) with RISP…for the season, hit .312 (119-381) against right-handed pitching and .239 (26-109) vs. lefties…only month in which average was below .282 was June (.272), a month in which he posted season highs with 7 HR and 21 RBI…his .284 avg. with Frisco ranked 12th among TL qualifiers…ranked second on Frisco club in doubles (22), RBI (56), BB (47), and HR (tied-13)…was TL Batter of Week for June 8-15: .435 (10-23), 3 HR, 2B, 3B, 12 RBI in 7 G…season-high 4 RBI in that span on June 12 vs. San Antonio…selected a midseason Texas League All-Star and went 0-for-2 as PH-LF on June 30 in Corpus Christi… played in Futures Game on July 12 in Cincinnati, going 2-for-3 for World squad…hit .358/.409/.444/.854 (29-81) in 20 G with Round Rock after August promotion, his first Class AAA action… ranked among PCL's best in hits (tied for sixth) and average (11th) following his promotion…played all eight games for Express in PCL postseason, batting .276 (8-29) with a HR, 2 RBI, and team-high 5 BB.