Pablo Ozuna #38

  • 3B
  • B/T: R/R
  • 5' 11"/200

Pablo Ozuna MLB Career Stats

.282 3 45 29 .677

Pablo Ozuna Bio

  • Full Name: Pablo Jose Ozuna
  • Born: 8/25/1974 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • Debut: April 23, 2000
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/28/2008
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MLB Career Stats 677 83 191 3 45 29 .282 .318 .677


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Pablo Ozuna Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
1999 Portland EAS

EAS Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2000 Portland EAS

Caribbean Series All-Star

Year Team League
2009 Dom. Rep. CS
2012 Dom. Rep. CS

Pablo Ozuna Leaderboards

Stolen Bases

Season SB Rank
2005 14 21st in AL

Caught Stealing

Season CS Rank
2005 7 13th in AL
2006 6 15th in AL

Pablo Ozuna Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
August 20, 2009 Lehigh Valley IronPigs released 2B Pablo Ozuna.
June 11, 2009 Lehigh Valley IronPigs placed 2B Pablo Ozuna on the restricted list.

Pablo Jose Ozuna Bio Info

Married Lorena ... has one son: Estalin ... was originally signed by the Cardinals as a free agent on 4/8/96 ... was recommended/signed by Roberto Diaz (Cardinals). 2007 Hit .244 (19-78) with three RBI and nine runs scored in 27 games before suffering a season-ending ankle injury ... suffered a fractured right fibula and a torn deltoid ligament in his right ankle while hitting a double on 5/27 vs. Tampa Bay ... underwent season-ending surgery on 5/29 at Rush University Medical Center ... the surgery was perfomed by Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph, Dr. Nikhil Verma and Dr. Simon Lee ... appeared in nine games at third base, seven in left field and designated hitter, three at second base and one at shortstop ... led off seven times (Sox were 1-6), going 7-23 (.304) with three doubles ... hit safely in eight straight games from 5/6-17 ... batted .194 (6-31) in his first 13 games, and .277 (13-47) over his final 14 ... made his first-ever Opening Day start on 4/2 vs. Cleveland, going 1-3 with a double ... hit safely in eight straight games from 5/6-17 (.290, 9-31) ... was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 5/28 and was transferred to the 60-day DL on 6/4 ... his securing material (heavy stitches and metal buttons) was removed from his ankle on 9/21 at Rush University Medical Center. 2006 Established career highs in average (.328), hits (62), doubles (12), home runs (two), RBI (17) and games played (79) ... led the Sox and tied for seventh in the American League with six bunt hits ... made 44 starts, including 37 in left field, four at third base and three at second ... also made one appearance in right field ... compiled a .988 (1 E/82 TC) fielding percentage ... batted .413 (38-92) prior to the All-Star Break but started the second half in an 0-12 streak and finished at .247 (24-97) after the break ... average was a season-high .438 after back-to-back, threehit efforts on 6/15 at Texas and 6/17 at Cincinnati ... 15 of his 17 RBI came against left-handers ... hit .355 (22-62) with runners on base and .424 (14-33) with runners in scoring position ... led off 39 times (Sox were 14-25) and hit .331 (48-145) from the No. 1 spot in the order ... had at least one at-bat in all nine positions in the lineup for the second straight season ... posted 18 multihit efforts ... was 3-11 (.273) with one home run and three RBI as a pinch hitter and pinch ran 16 times (scored twice) ... hit .474 (18-38) in June, but just .087 (2-23) in July ... went 6-13 (.462) in six interleague contests ... batted .385 (15-39) when swinging at the first pitch ... was successful on six of 12 stolen base attempts ... made his third Opening Day roster and second straight with the Sox ... scored the winning run as a pinch runner in the ninth inning on 4/30 at the Angels ... hit his first major-league home run on 5/3 vs. Seattle, a solo shot off Eddie Guardado in the ninth inning to tie the game ... doubled with two outs in the 11th inning of that game and scored the winning run on Juan Uribe's single ... led off on 5/22 vs. Oakland, going 2-6 with a gamewinning bunt single in the 10th inning ... surpassed his 2005 RBI total (11) on 6/14 at Texas ... played in just one game from 6/27-7/6 after suffering a strained left hamstring on 6/25 vs. Houston ... amassed a career-best 11-game hitting streak from 6/23-7/9 (.417, 15-36) ... hit his first career leadoff home run on 8/17 vs. Kansas City ... was hit in the head by Jake Woods on 9/21 vs. Seattle ... hit safely in his last seven games (.348, 8-23) and batted .367 (18-49) over his last 14 ... played in five games for Estreallas in the Dominican Winter League, going 8-16 (.500) with five runs scored. 2005 Batted .276 (56-203) in 70 games in his first season with the White Sox ... ranked fourth on the Sox in stolen bases (21 attempts) ... made 52 starts, including 30 at third base, 11 at shortstop, eight in left field, two at second and one at designated hitter ... also made two appearances at first base and one in right field ... hit .277 (53-191) as a starter ... appeared in 10 games as a pinch hitter (.375, 3-8) and seven as a pinch runner (three runs) ... had at least one at-bat in all nine positions in the lineup ... hit .284 (23-81) in 20 starts from the leadoff spot (Sox were 9-11) ... hit .346 (37-107) on the road, compared to .198 (19-96) at home ... was 20-53 (.377) when swinging at the first pitch ... the Sox went 24-14 when recording a hit and 18-7 when scoring a run ... drove in the winning run in the 10th inning on 4/24 at Kansas City with a pinch-hit double ... also made his first career appearance at first base ... suffered a bruised left wrist on 4/26 at Oakland and missed five of the next six games ... made his first career start at designated hitter on 5/12 vs. Baltimore, going 0-2 ... made six straight starts at shortstop from 6/20-26 ... collected a career-high four hits on 7/15 at Cleveland, going 4-5 with a double and two stolen bases ... recorded his only multiRBI effort on 8/1 at Baltimore ... hit safely in a season-best seven straight games from 8/21-9/1 (.417, 10-24) ... his steal of home on 9/8 vs. Kansas City was the first by a Sox player since Brian Daubach on 5/27/03 vs. Minnesota ... made his second Opening Day roster (also 2002 with Florida) ... hit .527 (29-55) during the spring, the highest average by a Sox player since 1969 ... was a non-roster invitee to spring training with the Sox after signing as a minor-league free agent on 12/20/04 ... Appeared in two games as a pinch runner for the World Champion White Sox ... pinch ran in Game 1 of the ALCS vs. the Angels ... also pinch ran for A.J. Pierzynski in Game 2 of the ALCS with the score tied at 1-1 in the ninth inning ... stole second base and scored the winning run on Joe Crede's game-ending double off Kelvim Escobar as the Sox evened the series at one game apiece. 2004 Spent the season with Class AAA Scranton-Wilkes Barre in the Philadelphia organization ... was a nonroster invitee to spring training with Detroit but was traded to the Phillies on 3/27 in exchange for future considerations ... ranked fifth in the International League in stolen bases (31) ... led the Red Barons in hits (145) and RBI (77), tied for the lead in sacrifice hits (11) and finished second in average (.307) and runs scored (77) ... hit .332 (68-205) at home ... five of six home runs came off right-handers ... went 44-139 (.317) with runners in scoring position ... recorded 39 multihit efforts ... averaged one strikeout every 10.9 at-bats (43 SO/472 AB) ... hit .354 (86-243) when batting first or second in the lineup ... made 58 appearances at second base, 56 at shortstop and three in center field ... compiled a club-record 27-game hitting streak from 7/27-8/23 (.423, 44-104), the longest streak in the IL and tied for the third-best in the minor leagues in 2004 ... drove in four runs on 5/2 vs. Ottawa ... totaled 27 RBI in May ... was on the disabled list with a laceration on his right hand from 7/6-13 ... went 21 games without striking out from 7/17-8/7 ... batted .395 (45-114) with 17 RBI in August ... played for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League, hitting .344 (63-183) with 24 stolen bases ... led the DWL in steals and ranked second in average. 2003 Opened the season on Colorado's disabled list after spraining the medial collateral ligament in his left knee on 3/26 ... made two rehab appearances with Class A Visalia before being transferred to Class AA Tulsa ... was reinstated from the disabled list and optioned to Tulsa on 6/6 ... was promoted to Class AAA Colorado Springs on 6/15 ... compiled a 12-game hitting streak from 7/20-8/1 (.385, 20-52) ... was recalled by Colorado on 8/19. 2002 Played in 77 games with Class AAA Calgary ... hit safely in 13 of 14 games from 5/2-6/3, going 24-48 (.500) ... combined to bat .381 (51-134) in 38 games from May-July. 2001 Was named by Baseball America entering the season as the No. 9 Prospect in the Marlins organization ... missed the entire season after undergoing left wrist surgery on 4/30 ... was diagnosed with a TFCC tear (tendon/cartilage complex in the wrist) ... the procedure was performed by Dr. Brian Fingado at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Fla ... hit .301 (40-133) with 12 RBI and 17 runs scored for Estrellas in the Dominican Winter League. 2000 Ranked fifth in the EL in stolen bases (35) and seventh in average (.308) at Class AA Portland ... named to the EL postseason All-Star Team ... also ranked among the organizational leaders in stolen bases (3rd) and average (5th) ... hit safely in 14 straight games from 4/10-5/13 (.356, 21-59). 1999 Spent his first season with the Marlins at Portland ... was chosen by Baseball America as the No. 1 Prospect in the Midwest League, the fourth-best prospect in the Marlins organization and the No. 8 Prospect in baseball entering the season ... recorded a pair of 14-game hit streaks ... batted .331 in May and .325 in June ... led the Dominican Winter League with a .324 average (47-145) for Estrellas. 1998 Spent the entire season with Class A Peoria in the St. Louis organization ... cited by Baseball America as the Best Batting Prospect, Best Defensive Shortstop and Most Exciting Player in the Midwest League ... was named to the same publication's Minor League All-Star First Team and Class A All-Star squad ... earned MWL Player of the Year honors and was selected to Howe Sportsdata All-Prospect Team and All-Teen Team ... participated in the MWL All-Star Game ... led all minor leaguers in hits (192) and tied for second in average (.357) and runs scored (122) ... finished among the league leaders in numerous categories ... earned TOPPS Minor League Player of the Month honors in the MWL for May (.392, 47-120) ... set a club record with five stolen bases on 7/1 vs. Wisconsin and became the first player in franchise history to post two five-hit games in one season. 1997 Named to the Appalachian League All-Star Team in his first season with Advanced Rookie Johnson City ... tied for the league lead with six sacrifice hits and tied for second in strikeouts per at-bat (10.46).