His ability to hit for power and contact is impressive.
In just three seasons, Chisholm has made a solid name for himself, becoming one of the key pieces that the Marlins are trying to build around.
Last night, in the middle of the Marlins’ game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Chisholm was doing his little routine before stepping into the batter’s box.
Chisholm did not like what Cuzzi had to say and briefly voiced his displeasure before unloading and hitting a two-run shot to make it a 5-0 Marlins lead.
The umpire was rushing Jazz Chisholm to get in the batters box… then Jazz hit a home run 💯
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) April 22, 2022
Making Them Pay
Chisholm made Cuzzi and the Cardinals pay for rushing him in the batter’s box.
He clearly wasn’t fazed by any of the distractions, so he took matters into his own hands and sent one way out to right field to extend the Marlins’ lead.
Even with two people rushing him, he was still locked in and put a huge swing on Brooks’ next pitch, which ultimately put the game out of reach and gave the Marlins a clear path to their fifth victory of the season.
That goes to show the ability and the poise of Chisholm, who even at a young age knows how to stay locked in during key situations.
He made everybody pay dearly for trying to rush him into the batter’s box, only prompting him to unload and do some damage.