Jazz Chisholm Jr. Stats
- Height / Weight
- 5' 11" / 184 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 2/1/1998 (25)
Jazz Chisholm Jr. Season Stats
Last 10 Games
Jazz Chisholm Jr. News
Miami Marlins outfielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. (toe) will undergo surgery to repair turf toe in his right foot on Tuesday, per MLB.com's Christina De Nicola. The procedure will prevent him from wearing a shoe and running for 12 weeks. The 25-year-old injured his toe on the cement block of the left-center-field wall at loanDepot Park in the middle of May. Chisholm Jr. had a successful offensive season when he was healthy, slashing .250/.304/.457 with 19 home runs, 51 RBI, and 22 stolen bases in 383 plate appearances. However, this will be his second consecutive season missing significant time due to injury, so health will be a considerable concern heading into the 2024 season.
Miami Marlins outfielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. (knee) is back in center field and hitting cleanup on Friday as the team takes on the visiting Atlanta Braves and right-hander Bryce Elder. Chisholm injured his right knee running the bases on Wednesday and was held out as a precaution on Thursday, but he's back in there to begin the weekend and should be returned to all starting fantasy lineups. The 25-year-old oft-injured star will look to finish out the 2023 season on a high note after hitting .273 (12-for-44) so far in 12 starts in September with two home runs, a double, six RBI, two stolen bases and six runs scored for the Fish. Chisholm's power/speed abilities have produced 16 long balls and 19 stolen bases in his 303 at-bats this year.
Miami Marlins outfielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. (knee) is out of the starting lineup on Thursday against the Milwaukee Brewers. Dane Myers will draw the start in center field and bat in the eight-hole against Brewers right-hander Adrian Houser. Chisholm injured his right knee while grounding into a double play in Wednesday's 2-0 win over Milwaukee and should be considered day-to-day for now. Fantasy managers need to remove him from their starting lineups and check back on Friday to see if he's available for the start of a series against the division-rival Atlanta Braves. Chisholm has intriguing power and speed, but injuries have limited him in his four big-league seasons to this point and he has only played in over 100 games in a season once.
The young Marlins middle-infielder had a strong rookie campaign in 2021, slashing .248/.303/.425 with 18 homers and 23 steals. The 28.6% K% and 49% GB% limited his upside, but it was a useful start to a career and the steals kept him very much in play for fantasy. It was looking like he had taken a big step forward in 2022, slashing .254/.325/.535 for 60 games before losing the rest of his season to injury. Jazz's barrel rate over that short sample was 16.6% and he had dropped the GB% substantially to 39%. All things considered, Chisholm has all of the makings of a 30-homer, 30-steal player, and it should come without an awful batting average given the speed and quality of contact. The Marlins lineup will probably be mediocre once again, but it's going to be tough for Jazz to not be a huge impact-maker in fantasy this year provided he can stay healthy. At the very least you have good power and lots of speed, and the upside is first-round production. He costs a top-50 pick in most drafts, but the skills and ceiling are well worth it.