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Jul 14, 2024 0 0 0 0 1.5
Jul 13, 2024 1 1 0 0 1.5
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Jul 11, 2024 1 1 1 1 5
Jul 10, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5

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Jazz Chisholm Jr. first got us excited for his fantasy future after a solid rookie campaign, but his follow-up efforts have been marred with injury. 2023 saw him miss time with turf toe, an oblique strain, and a hamstring strain. The turf toe required offseason surgery to fix, but the demands of the centerfield position are not likely to reduce Chisholm Jr's. injury risk any time soon. The injury risk also comes along with a batting average risk as Chisholm Jr. continues to take an aggressive approach at the plate, but around all that risk is an above average offensive player with surprising pop and speed to burn when his lower half is healthy. His dual eligibility is gone for now, but the upside risk/reward upside remains as he is quite capable of a 30-30 season if his body holds up to the demands of his position. Every season, there are a handful of players who are early market values; this will be one of those players.

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2024 243.52.6 41 12 42 35 18 .249
2023 2722.8 50 19 51 26 22 .250
2022 2083.5 39 14 45 21 12 .254
3y Avg. 2682.9 53 17 50 27 19 .250
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Getting start at keystone

    Chisholm will bat leadoff and start at second base in Sunday's game against Cincinnati. Chisholm will be making his first start at second base since 2022. The 26-year-old came into the league as a second baseman before transitioning to center field in 2023, so he has plenty of previous experience at the position. Vidal Brujan, who has been logging semi-regular starts at second base, is trading off with Chisholm and will cover center field Sunday.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Clubs 12th homer

    Chisholm went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Thursday's loss to the Astros. He took Shawn Dubin deep in the fifth inning, Chisholm's second homer in the last three games and his 12th of the year. The center fielder has trade rumors swirling around him, but Chisholm has largely been able to block them out -- over the last month, he's slashed .280/.346/.409 with three homers, six steals, 10 runs and 11 RBI in 26 contests.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Homer, steal in loss

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, a stolen base and two total runs scored in Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Astros. Chisholm has shown much more speed than power recently -- he has four steals over his last five games, and his homer Tuesday was his first since June 13. The 26-year-old is up to 11 long balls, 18 thefts, 41 RBI, 39 runs scored and a .258/.328/.417 slash line through 88 contests. Chisholm's rate stats are roughly in line with his career norms, but staying healthy has kept him on track to put up personal bests in most -- if not all -- of the counting-stat categories.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Keeps running Sunday

    Chisholm went 0-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in Sunday's win over the White Sox. It's the third steal in the last four games for Chisholm, who's up to 17 stolen bases on the season -- his career high is 23, set back in 2021. The 26-year-old is finding ways to contribute, but he hasn't homered in 21 straight games, a stretch in which Chisholm is slashing .260/.345/.301 with just two extra-base hits, a double and a triple.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Nabs 16th steal

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in Friday's 3-2 loss to the White Sox. For the second straight game, Chisholm reached base three times while swiping a base. The 26-year-old has been doing his job of late at the top of the order, slashing .315/.378/.397 over his last 21 games, but he's scored only seven runs over that stretch due to the overall struggles of the Miami offense. On the season, Chisholm is batting what would be a career-high .262 with 10 homers, 16 steals, 37 runs and 40 RBI in 85 contests.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: On base three times Thursday

    Chisholm went 1-for-4 with two walks, an RBI and a stolen base in Thursday's extra-innings loss to the Red Sox. He was also caught stealing, giving the center fielder 15 steals in 23 attempts on the season. Chisholm had drawn just one free pass over his prior 13 games, so his display of patience was unexpected and not likely to be repeated any time soon. On the year, 26-year-old is slashing .259/.326/.416 through 84 contests with 10 homers, 37 runs and 40 RBI, and most importantly Chisholm has stayed healthy after missing 167 games across the last two seasons.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Taking seat Friday

    Chisholm is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Phillies. Chisholm had made seven consecutive starts, so Friday's absence can be chalked up to a rest day for the center fielder. Bryan De La Cruz, Vidal Brujan and Dane Myers fill the outfield from left to right.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Pilfers 14th bag in win

    Chisholm went 1-for-4 with a stolen base in Tuesday's win over the Royals. Despite the sparse stat line, Chisholm played a key role in the victory -- he smashed an infield single back at Will Smith in the seventh inning, and Nick Gordon came home with the winning run on the southpaw's throwing error. Chisholm has had a productive June so far, slashing .286/.338/.414 through 21 contests with two of his 10 homers and three of his 14 steals on the season.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Returning to lineup

    Chisholm (hamstring) will start in center field and bat leadoff in Friday's game against the Mariners. Chisholm was a late scratch from Wednesday's lineup due to a tight right hamstring, but it will be just a one-game absence, as he's feeling well enough to give it a go for the Marlins after Thursday's off day. He enters play Friday having slashed .394/.447/.636 over his last 10 games.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Scratched with tight hamstring

    Chisholm was scratched from the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Cardinals due to right hamstring tightness, Christina De Nicola of MLB.com reports. The Marlins are labeling the move as precautionary, and Chisholm will be available off the bench, if needed. Chisholm will perhaps be able to return to the lineup Friday against the Mariners following the team's off day Thursday. Vidal Brujan will cover center field Wednesday while Chisholm exits the lineup.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Reaches base five times in loss

    Chisholm went 2-for-2 with a triple, an RBI, a run scored, and three walks in Monday's 7-6 extra-innings loss to the Cardinals. Chisholm drove in the Marlins' first run with a two-out triple off Sonny Gray in the sixth inning. The Cardinals couldn't retire Chisholm in any of his five plate appearances, and he drew three walks in a game for just the second time in his career. The center fielder extended his modest hitting streak to six games, and he sports a .266/.336/.449 slash line with 10 home runs, 35 RBI, and 13 steals on the year.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Day off versus left-hander

    Chisholm is not in the lineup for Saturday's contest against the Nationals. It's a rare day off for the lefty-hitting Chisholm as the Nationals send southpaw DJ Herz to the bump. Dane Myers is getting the start in center field.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Homers, swipes bag in loss

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a stolen base in Thursday's loss to the Mets. Chisholm gave the Marlins a 2-0 lead with his seventh inning solo shot, but the Mets ultimately rallied for the victory on a J.D. Martinez walk-off blast. The long ball was Chisholm's 10th of the season, and he notched his 13th stolen base in the contest as well. The talented center fielder is one of nine major-leaguers to reach double-digit homers and steals so far this season.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Slugs ninth homer

    Chisholm went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Guardians. The center fielder took Carlos Carrasco deep to lead off the fourth inning and get the Marlins on the board. Chisholm isn't making consistent contact, but he's on pace for career highs in the counting stats, and over the last 12 games he's slashing .250/.284/.469 with three of his nine homers and three of his 12 steals on the season.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Generates team's only run

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with a solo home run, a double and a stolen base in a loss to the Padres on Monday. Chisholm notched two of Miami's four hits in the contest and produced the team's only run with a third-inning solo shot. The center fielder added a swipe of third base in the eighth inning to give him 10 thefts on the campaign. Chisholm is working on a six-game hitting streak during which he's gone 9-for-23 with three doubles, two homers, three RBI and four runs.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Pulls Marlins to win

    Chisholm went 1-for-4 with a solo home run during Wednesday's 1-0 win over the Brewers. Chisholm clubbed a leadoff homer in the first inning off Freddy Peralta, a long ball that ended up being the difference. In his last 16 games, Chisholm is batting .308 with three home runs, 13 runs and four stolen bases. The 26-year-old is one of seven players with at least seven long balls and nine stolen bases, joining Elly De La Cruz, Bobby Witt, Shohei Ohtani, Mookie Betts and Kyle Tucker on the exclusive list.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Goes deep Tuesday

    Chisholm went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's loss to the Dodgers. Chisholm wasted no time getting the Marlins on the board, sending the first pitch of the game deep to right field for his fifth home run of the year. With Luis Arraez shipped off to San Diego, Chisholm has now batted leadoff in each of the last three games, going 5-for-12 with two RBI, four runs and three steals. Chisholm is expected to remain in the leadoff role on a regular basis against right-handed pitching, per Christina De Nicola of MLB.com. He's now slashing .243/.322/.412 with 12 extra-base hits, 20 RBI, 17 runs and a 16:39 BB:K in 152 plate appearances.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Steals another base

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with a double, a run and a stolen base Monday in a loss to the Dodgers. Chisholm put his speed on display in the first inning, reaching on a leadoff infield single, swiping second base and coming around to score on a single. He finished with his second straight multi-hit game, and he's stolen three bases over that pair of contests. Chisholm's career high in stolen bases is 23 (set in 2021), and he's on pace to surpass that mark with eight thefts through 36 contests this season.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Swipes two bags

    Chisholm went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, one RBI, two steals and a walk in Sunday's win over the Athletics. Chisholm drew a leadoff walk, then stole second and third before scoring during Miami's four-run first inning. He added two singles later in the contest, including an RBI knock in the sixth. Chisholm had gone 11 straight games without a multi-hit effort, posting a .607 OPS during that span. He now owns a .702 OPS with seven steals, 10 extra-base hits and 19 RBI through 144 plate appearances.
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  • Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Launches grand slam

    Chisholm reached base three times, going 1-for-3 with a grand slam, two walks and two runs scored during Sunday's loss to the Nationals. Chisholm's third blast of the season came off Nationals starter Patrick Corbin and got the Marlins off to a great start, plating four runs prior to the Nationals recording an out. Chisholm, who entered the game with just two hits in his previous 13 at-bats, ended a 17-game homerless drought with the first-inning bomb. His average now stands at .245 with three home runs, 15 RBI, 12 runs scored and five steals, while he's reached base at a career-high .342 clip.
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