Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 1 Month

Ozuna (ankle) has recovered from the injury that prematurely ended his season in September, the Marlins' official site reports.

The injury was diagnosed as a sprain at the time, and there is no indication that the ailment limited Ozuna during the offseason. Depending on how manager Mike Redmond opts to arrange the middle third of the Marlins' batting order, Ozuna could hit anywhere between fourth and sixth this season.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 6 Months

Ozuna was seen with a walking boot on his right foot following Sunday's game,'s Joe Frisaro reports.

Ozuna injured his right ankle when coming down on second base, and although X-rays during the game came back negative, the outfielder expects to miss "a few weeks." If his self-established timetable holds true, he'll miss the remainder of the regular season, leaving fantasy owners rushing to pick up a replacement option for the season's final week. The young Enrique Hernandez is one candidate to see additional reps in the outfield while Ozuna is on the shelf.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 6 Months

Updating a previous report, Ozuna left Sunday's game with a right ankle sprain,'s Joe Frisaro reports.

Although the injury looked to be serious, Ozuna may have dodged a bullet here, as X-rays on the ankle came back negative. Consider him day-to-day moving forward.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 6 Months

Ozuna left Sunday's game with an apparent ankle injury, Juan C. Rodriguez of the Miami Sun Sentinel reports.

Ozuna came down awkwardly on his leg after failing to slide into second base, and had to be helped off the field while appearing to be in noticeable pain. His status will likely be updated by the Marlins following the game, but if he has to miss extended time, look for Enrique Hernandez and Jeff Baker to see additional outfield reps during the final week of the season.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 6 Months

Ozuna went 1-for-4 with a triple and a run scored in Friday's loss to the Nationals.

Ozuna has taken over the Marlins' cleanup spot since Giancarlo Stanton went down for the year with injury. He's slumped lately, batting just .244 (10-for-41) with two home runs in his past ten games, but has put together a strong sophomore season with a .263/.316/.454 over 151 games. He will combine with Stanton and fellow second-year breakout Christian Yelich to provide the Marlins with one of the top young set of outfielders in the game in 2015.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 7 Months

Ozuna smacked a two-run homer to provide the lone offense in Thursday's 4-2 loss at Milwaukee.

Ozuna has homered in four straight games to give him 23 long balls on the season. He's hit well in general during the month of September, entering Thursday's game with an impressive line of .389/.421/.778 in 36 at-bats this month.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 7 Months

Ozuna was 1-for-4 with a solo home run Wednesday in a loss to the Brewers.

Ozuna has homered in three straight and is riding a six game hitting streak. The 23-year-old has huge power when he makes contact and he's starting to do that more often of late. He's currently slashing .270/.319/.460 with 22 long balls.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 7 Months

Ozuna drilled his 21st home run of the year Tuesday, while going 3-for-3 with two walks, two RBI and two runs scored.

Ozuna has been blistering hot to start off this month, as he is 13-for-32 with two home runs, one triple, three doubles and 10 RBI in eight September games. He continues to have an under-appreciated season and he now boasts a solid .270/.320/.456 slash line in 518 at-bats this year.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 7 Months

Ozuna went 2-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored in Monday's win over the Brewers.

Ozuna bashed his 20th home run of the season while upping his line to a solid .266/.314/.447 on the year. He's batting .317 (13-for-41) over his last ten games and appears to be heating up just in time for Miami's stretch run.

Marcell Ozuna LF/CF MIA 7 Months

Ozuna went 4-for-5 with two doubles, four RBI and a couple of runs scored in Friday's 11-3 rout of the Braves.

After struggling through a 2-for-20 skid over his previous five games, Ozuna got back on track Friday night versus the Braves. In his second season at the highest level, the 23-year-old outfielder has put together a solid campaign for the Marlins as he currently stands second on the squad in both homers and RBI.