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5/7:Texas Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara came into the season with a pretty healthy platoon split. During the offseason, the hope among fantasy analysts was that the then 22-year-old would make gains against lefties, but that even as a platoon option would be valuable if deployed against righties exclusively. After 36 games, Mazara is hitting .293/.326/.512 against southpaws, which is actually slightly better than the .281/.340/.483 against righties. The gains are powered by a .385 BABIP vs. lefties, and he's striking out nearly twice as often. However, the more important change is that Mazara is getting to his power against southpaws for the first time in his career, producing an ISO of .220 this season against a career number of .087. All this points to Mazara being an interesting buy candidate for the remainder of the season.--Sean Scampton - RotoBaller

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