About Pablo Ozuna Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A current utility man for the Chicago White Sox, Pablo Ozuna was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on August 25, 1974.
Ozuna was a player for the Florida Marlins in the year 2000 and 2002 and he also played for the Colorado Rockies in 2003. Before he played for the Florida Marlins, he was signed originally in 1996 by the St. Louis Cardinals. On December 14, 1998, Ozuna was traded with Braden Looper and Armando Almanza for Edgar Renteria to play with the Florida Marlins and started his career with the team. He spent almost four years with them and was able to attain 21 hits in 71 at-bats for a .295 batting average. He played 48 games before he was traded on November 16, 2002 together with his teammates Charles Johnson and Vic Darensbourg to the Colorado Rockies for Mike Hampton and Juan Pierre.
In the Colorado Rockies, Ozuna Spent one year with the team. He was able to record 8 hits in 40-at bats for a .200 batting average in 17 games that he had played. On January 19, 2005, he signed with the Chicago White Sox and had appeared to have a career high with the 70 games that he had played. He led the White Sox to won the World Series on October 12, 2005.
Avail Pablo Ozuna’s signed 2005 World Series baseball and signed photograph in Sportsmemorabilia.com. His name is misspelled sometimes as Pabllo Ozuna, Pablo Ozzuna, Pabllo Ozuna, Paablo Ozunna and Pablu Ozona.