Jazz Chisholm Jr. Stats
- Height / Weight
- 5' 11" / 184 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/1/1998 (23)
Jazz Chisholm Jr. Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Jazz Chisholm Jr. News
Miami Marlins second baseman Jazz Chisholm Jr. will get a day off Wednesday against the Washington Nationals, according to MLB.com. The 23-year old rookie is slashing .250/.306/.425, but does provide power and speed with 15 HRs and 21 SBs in 107 games. Chisholm Jr. isn't a top fantasy second baseman but offers good value at a shallow position. Joe Panik will take his spot at the keystone and bat sixth. He should be left on the waiver wire in all leagues with his .555 OPS this season and better second-base options out there.
Miami Marlins second baseman Jazz Chisholm isn't starting on Thursday as his team gets set to take on the Washington Nationals and left-hander Patrick Corbin. Chisholm is batting .254 with a .314 on-base percentage, 14 home runs, and 16 stolen bases in 364 plate appearances this season. It'll be Isan Diaz starting at second instead and hitting seventh against Corbin. You're probably better off looking elsewhere for streaming help at second base on Thursday. Diaz has logged 228 plate appearances with the Marlins this season and is batting .199 with a .303 on-base percentage, four home runs, and a stolen base.
Miami Marlins rookie infielder Jazz Chisholm had a strong offensive performance in Friday's loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Chisholm went 2-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored. He also stole a base. Jazz hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning, his 14th of the season, and added a single as well. The exciting rookie is hitting .259 with a .764 OPS and 12 stolen bases. He's missed some time this year with seemingly random minor injuries, but he's been mostly solid while he's been on the field.
Miami Marlins shortstop/second baseman Jazz Chisholm is expected to have a chance to win a starting job in Spring Training. Chisholm showed some promising signs in the shortened 2020 season, but it was a disappointing year overall, as he showed he likely needs more minor league seasoning. In 21 games, Chisholm slashed just .161/.242/.321 with two home runs and two stolen bases. If he reaches his potential, Chisholm could be a yearly 20/20 player with the potential for way more power. He needs to swing and miss much less often to develop any kind of consistency though. For 2021, Chisholm is a solid dynasty and keeper asset, but his redraft value will depend entirely on whether or not he wins a starting job out of camp. He'll likely start in Triple-A otherwise.