Emerging Miami Marlins star Jazz Chisholm Jr. has been ruled out of Saturday’s game with the New York Mets due to rising balls and strikes. This is the first time he’s tossed a game.
The event trailed 3-1 with the Marlins Mets in the ninth inning. Miami are runners-up in the third base. Edwin Diaz threw a 100-mph fastball close to the Mets, which appeared to be inside, but the umpire hit it three on Chishom.
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Chisholm argued with home plate umpire Adam Beck but to no avail and Burke threw Chisholm before the end of the game. New York won 3-2.
After the game the infielder expressed his displeasure on Twitter: “Terrible !!!!!”
He also applauded baseball fans who trolled him after the game.
Chisholm explained to reporters that he felt he could have a serious impact as the bat was taken out of his hands at such an opportune time.
“Everyone knows I can beat Homer,” he said Said by MLB.com. “He threw 100 [mph]But everyone knows what I can do against 100, so it takes the bat out of my hand, and then it hurts because at the end of the day, I worked very hard to get where I was and maybe they worked hard even to get where they were.
“But at the end of the day, they have no consequences for making a bad call and confusing the whole game like me. At the end of the day, they can send me away. You never know. I’m a baseball player. My numbers mean a lot, especially in a place like that, [where] We can tie a game and then (Garrett) Cooper comes forward with the next hit, and then you’ve got a runner on the base, tie game. You can not take the game out like that, man. That’s terrible. “
A bright spot for 24-year-old Marilyn.
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In 53 games this season, he has hit .238 with .820 OPS. He has 13 home runs, 41 RBI and 11 stolen bases.