It was a beautiful day for baseball at LoanDepot Park in Miami, Florida. The Marlins were hosting the Minnesota Twins, and the game was tied 2-2 in the bottom of the third inning. Jazz Chisholm Jr. was leading off for the Marlins, and he hit a sharp single to right field. He took off running for second base, and the Twins’ second baseman, Jorge Polanco, threw him out.
Chisholm slid into second base headfirst, and he appeared to hit his head on the bag. He was down for a few minutes, and the Marlins’ trainer came out to check on him. Chisholm eventually got up and walked off the field under his own power, but he was clearly in pain.
The Marlins announced later that Chisholm had suffered a shoulder injury, and he would not return to the game. The Marlins went on to win the game 5-2, but the focus of the game quickly turned to Chisholm’s injury.
Chisholm is one of the Marlins’ most important players, and he is a key part of their offense. He is a switch-hitter who can hit for power and average, and he is also a good baserunner. Chisholm is also a very popular player with the Marlins’ fans, and his injury is a big blow to the team.
The Marlins have not released any further information about Chisholm’s injury, but it is likely that he will miss some time. The Marlins are hoping that Chisholm’s injury is not serious, but they will know more in the coming days.