Pablo Cesar N. Ossandón Mendoza
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2", Weight 185 lb.
Pablo Ossandón has pitched in Chile and France.
Ossandón was born in Chile; he developed his game at a baseball academy in Brazil after impressing in a youth tournament. He helped Tocopilla win several national titles in Chile.  He got both of the wins for the Chilean national team at the 2011 South American Championship.  He was back with Chile for the 2012 South American Championship.  In the 2013 South American Championship, he helped Chile to a Bronze. 
For 2015, he signed with the Rouen Huskies in the French Division I, the first Chilean to play in that circuit (his girlfriend had studied in France and got a job there).  He was 1-0 with a 1.64 ERA for the top club and 6-1 with a 2.40 ERA in the lesser Division N1A.  He was 6th in Division N1A in ERA.  He split 2016 again between Rouen's top club (Sv, 4.26) and N1A (6-0, 1.47, 7 BB in 43 IP). He was 3rd in Division N1A in ERA and tied for 5th in wins. 
In the 2016 South American Championship, he lost to Peru (6 2/3 IP, 9 H, 1 BB, 5 R, 7 K) and tossed one shutout inning (0 H, 0 BB) in relief of Ian Sommerville Jr. in a near-upset 7-6 loss to Colombia. He finished the event 3rd on Chile in ERA, behind Sebastián Vega and Ian Sommerville Jr. His 7 whiffs tied Sommerville and former AAA hurler Murilo Gouvea for 5th in the tournament.  He moved to the La Rochelle Boucaniers for 2017 and was 9-0 with a save and a 1.38 ERA. He also hit .258/.410/.258. He led French Division II in ERA (by .06), tied for 8th in Ks (51), was second in wins and 4th in opponent average (.202).  He helped the team win a spot in the Division I for 2018 and remained active with them for that season.