Rangers 5-million dollar man Nomar Mazara is on fire. A triple slash line of .282/.389/.537 across his final 40 South Atlantic League games earned the 19-year old a promotion. But instead of moving to High-A, Texas pushed the teenager to Double-A Frisco. Is this a bold move for a prospect ready to challenge elite status, or a Rangers organization doing its best to protect every asset?
Few players possess the raw power potential of Texas Rangers prospect Nomar Mazara. The Rangers inked the Dominican outfielder to a record breaking $4.95-Million signing bonus as a July international bonus baby in 2011. The signing of Mazara and Hickory teammate Ronald Guzman (Scouting Report) started the influx of explosive power prospects into Texas’ farm system that now includes Joey Gallo (Scouting Report) and Jairo Beras. While Gallo power potential translated in game action immediately upon his professional debut, Mazara has taken longer to develop. Since June 1st, he has hit ten home runs, slugged .546 and hit 20 extra base hits. Has Nomar Mazara finally emerged after more than a season of struggles in the South Atlantic League?
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