Mazzilli begins his third season with the Ducks and ninth of his professional career. He has spent the past two seasons (2019, 2021) with Long Island, combining to hit .298 with 24 home runs, 143 RBIs, 248 runs, 42 doubles, 85 walks and 34 stolen bases over 223 games. Additionally, the 31-year-old has played in 15 postseason games with the Flock, compiling a .364 batting average with one homer, eight RBIs, 10 runs, 20 hits, eight walks and four stolen bases. He was selected as an Atlantic League All-Star in 2019, helping lead the Ducks to a league championship, and was selected to the Atlantic League’s Red, White and Blue All-Defensive Team in 2021.

Most recently, the Connecticut native played in 101 games with the Ducks during the 2021 campaign. He batted .303 with 11 homers, 69 RBIs, 77 runs, 113 hits, 16 doubles and was a perfect 19-for-19 on stolen base attempts. Defensively, he committed just four errors and posted a .979 fielding percentage. The righty hitter also posted the longest hitting streak (19 games) and on-base streak (25 games) by a Ducks player in 2021. Prior to joining Long Island in 2019, he spent six seasons in the New York Mets organization and one in the New York Yankees system. He reached the Triple-A level with both, hitting .265 with a .336 on-base percentage over 607 games. Mazzilli was originally selected by the Mets in the fourth round of the 2013 amateur draft.