Jazz Chisholm Jr. eviscerates Marlins, reveals ‘worst three years’ in toxic clubhouse


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MLB All-Star Jazz Chisholm Jr. didn’t maintain again about how he felt his Miami Marlins have been throughout his first three seasons, which he referred to as “the worst.”

Chisholm made an look on The Pivot podcast with ex-NFL gamers Ryan Clark, Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder, the place he unloaded on how poor the Marlins have been when it got here to the staff’s clubhouse chemistry. 

One instance he gave was a veteran participant on the staff — he didn’t identify anybody all through the interview — “lower up my cleats, poured milk on my cleats, stated, ‘These are trash.’”


Jazz Chisholm Jr. #2 of the Miami Marlins reacts through the seventh inning towards the Philadelphia Phillies in Recreation Two of the Wild Card Collection at Residents Financial institution Park on October 04, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Pictures)

“Destroyed issues I labored exhausting to do,” Chisholm added. 

The 26-year-old is understood for his flashy fashion of play, and that was obvious when he got here up in 2020 for a brief stint earlier than changing into a full-time huge leaguer in 2021. 

However his look and magnificence of play was one thing veterans on the staff couldn’t stand, resulting in a staff assembly throughout his 2022 All-Star campaign


“They wished to place me in a field, and it wasn’t taking place,” Chisholm stated about gamers he didn’t hang around with off the sector. “‘The way in which he attire coming to the sector.’ ‘Oh he wears 4 chains on the sector.’ ‘He does not put on costume footwear on the staff aircraft’.”

Chisholm mentions a “staff captain” through the podcast, which many consider to be infielder Miguel Rojas, who performed with the Marlins all through Chisholm’s first three years earlier than enjoying for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2023. 

“I used to be already a staff chief with out being referred to as a staff chief,” Chisholm stated. “However the vets, you’ll be able to’t be a staff chief while you acquired guys within the clubhouse that’s been there 9, 10 years — regardless that they suck. They’ve been there for 9, 10 years, and the staff calls them the staff captain, however they’re not a great captain. They’re not a great particular person. You not even a great athlete at this level. You’re simply right here, and also you’re bringing down the younger guys who’re presupposed to be good.”

Chisholm gave one other story a few high prospect making his first look within the huge leagues, however the veterans on the staff didn’t like the best way he acted on the sector both.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. celebrates with teammates

Jazz Chisholm Jr. #2 of the Miami Marlins celebrates with teammates within the dugout after hitting a solo home-run within the recreation towards the Cincinnati Reds at loanDepot park on Could 12, 2023 in Miami, Florida.  (Jasen Vinlove/Miami Marlins/Getty Pictures)

“I watched somebody get referred to as as much as the massive leagues, presupposed to be like high three prospects on our staff, proper? He will get up there, hits a homer,” Chisholm recalled. “First or second at-bat, hits a homer. His subsequent at-bat, he goes and does the Juan Soto shuffle. He’s a child. His favourite participant is Juan Soto. He simply acquired to the massive leagues. Inform me why he comes into the dugout after — he walks and comes across the bases — these vets sit on the aspect of him and beginning yelling at him saying, ‘You’re not Juan Soto. You shouldn’t be doing that.’

“Bro, what do you imply? He’s having enjoyable. We’re enjoying a f—ing child’s recreation. That’s after I step in and say, ‘Y’all higher again up off this boy, bro.’ This man is beginning, he’s enjoying each day for us.”

Because the Marlins enter 2024, Chisholm recommended supervisor Skip Schumaker for altering the tradition throughout the clubhouse. Schumaker took over for Don Mattingly final 12 months, and Miami made its first playoff look since 2020, although they misplaced within the NL Wild Card. 

“Our clubhouse now’s so collectively,” Chisholm stated. “…We don’t even see coloration in that clubhouse. From the highest to the underside, there’s not a coloration in that clubhouse.” 

Chisholm enters his fifth MLB season in 2024 after placing collectively a .250/304/.457 slashline with 19 homers, 12 doubles and 51 RBI over 97 video games final season.  

Jazz Chisholm Jr. #2 of the Miami Marlins stands on first base throughout a recreation towards the Milwaukee Brewers at American Household Discipline on September 13, 2023. (Stacy Revere/Getty Pictures)


Accidents have performed a job in Chisholm not staying on the sector within the final two seasons, as he wants surgical procedure to recuperate from turf toe in 2023 and handled a decrease again pressure and proper knee meniscus surgical procedure in 2022 that held him to 60 video games. 

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