Jazz Chisholm reveals secret sauce to stardom after smashing 1st Grand Slam

Jazz Chisholm Jr. is an up-and-coming All-Star for the Miami Marlins. The 24-year-old second baseman is a hitting machine who is always having fun and consistently hitting highlights. He showed some flashes of brilliance in his 2021 season and is now emerging as a legitimate star with a grand slam to his name.

Against division rival Washington Nationals, Chisholm powered a 12-2 Marlins win with his first career Grand Slam. He hit another home run to record a career-high six RBIs in a single game that tied a franchise record.

After his big game, Chisholm told MLB Network that his personality was his most useful talent. The star of the Marlins indeed plays with a formidable energy that the baseball players of the new school make famous.

In 43 games played so far this season, Chisholm has a .255/.310/.541 triple slash with 40 hits, 10 homers, nine stolen bases and four triples, which is tied for the most in MLB. The Marlins use him as the leadoff hitter and he crushed the position. His punching power and speed make him a very effective youngster and fun to watch. He could easily make his first All-Star game this season, which could also be the first in a long streak.

The Marlins are generally not a team to watch and they only have a 23-30 record. However, with Jazz Chisholm Jr. and a trio of star pitchers like the wildly underrated Sandy Alcantara, 2021 All-Star Trevor Rogers and budding star Pablo Lopez, Miami could soon become a baseball hotbed.

Ada J. Kenney