It’s official: Jazz Chisholm Jr. will be Miami Marlins’ starting second baseman

JUPITER, Fla. — It was maybe five minutes before the Miami Marlins’ final spring training game on Sunday, an eventual 10-2 win over the New York Mets, when manager Don Mattingly pulled Jazz Chisholm Jr. to the side to make some long-awaited news official. Chisholm, ranked as the No. 4 prospect in the Marlins organization and No. 66 in all of baseball according to MLB Pipeline, will be the Marlins’ starting second baseman when the 2021 season begins on Thursday against the Tampa Bay Rays at Marlins Park. “The emotions ran wild,” Chisholm said. “It was just like getting another call up, but this…

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