"Obviously starting is that much better because the fans vote you in and they recognize what you’ve done out there. It means a lot. I know Cincinnati was voting hard and I had to have some help outside of Cincy, and that happened," Cozart said.
He came in into the season a .246 hitter. This year, he’s hitting .323. Cozart also entered the year fully healthy for the first time since he wrecked his left knee on July 11, 2015. The injury cost him the rest of the season.