ESPN Fantasy Projection: For most players, blasting 79 homers before their 25th birthday would be an accomplishment, but for Mazara, it's disappointing. Consistency is also usually lauded for a player, but even though Mazara has posted an OPS between .739 and .787 each season of his four-year career, the narrative is that the former top prospect has not developed as hoped. Though, to be fair, he did post career highs in batting average and slugging last season. Skills-wise, Mazara is league average across the board, from contact to exit velocity to sprint speed. Maybe a change in scenery can trigger some improvement as the Rangers dealt Mazara to the South Side of Chicago, where he's ticketed to patrol right field. Although it's still too early in his career to pigeonhole Mazara as a platoon bat, he's headed that way with a career 103 wRC+ versus right-handers compared with 59 facing southpaws.