Was seen by American coaches the first time in 2010 when his U12 team won the Cal Ripken Little League World Series. The team, who usually used heavy wooden bats in the Bahamas, used metal bats for the first time in that tournament...Moved to the United States when he was 13 to play high school baseball at Life Prep Academy in Wichita, Kansas...His grandmother, Patricia Coakley (“Grammy Pat”), played shortstop for the Bahamian national softball team in the 1980’s and didn’t retire until after her 60th birthday. She started a baseball academy for boys in the Bahamas in 1985. She began doing soft-toss with Jazz starting when he was two years old...Participate in the fifth annual Don’t Blink Home Run Derby in Paradise in his native Bahamas in December 2022. The derby is held on a raised platform built on the beach that allowed hitters to hit into the Caribbean Sea...Loves watching anime in his free time.
Jasrado Hermis Arrington Chisholm Jr. led the Marlins in home runs (14), RBI (45), extra base hits (28), runs scored (39) and ranked second in MLB with four triples before being placed on the injured list June 29 for the remainder of the season...Hit .254 with an .860 OPS in 60 games played before his injury...Posted .927 OPS vs. RHP (13 HR, 40 RBI) compared to .519 OPS vs. LHP (1 HR, 5 RBI)...Was voted as the National League All-Star starting second baseman, becoming the first-ever player born in the Bahams to earn a spot on an MLB All-Star team. Was unable to play due to an IL stint...He also became the sixth player in Marlins franchise history to secure a spot on the team via fan election, joining H. Ramirez (2008-10), D. Strange-Gordon (2015), M. Ozuna (2016-17), G. Sheffield (1993) and G. Stanton (2015)...Hit his first career grand slam June 7 vs. Washington...Recorded three triples in April, tying the club record for April/March...Hit a go-ahead home run on Opening Day at San Francisco that marked his first career home run in the ninth inning or later...Had multiple two-homer games; June 7 vs. Washington and June 10 at Houston...Hit two leadoff home runs - April 23 at Atlanta and June 10 at Houston. His homer at Atlanta came on the first pitch; marking the 15th first-pitch leadoff home run in club history and the first player since Miguel Rojas on Sept. 2, 2021 at New York-NL to accomplish the feat. With this, became the second player in club history to accomplish the feat more than once (Hanley Ramirez, seven times).
Entered the 2021 season as MLB.com’s No. 66 overall and the Marlins No. 4 prospect...Played in 124 games. Hit .248 with 20 doubles, 18 home runs and 53 RBI. Added 4 triples. Of 18 home runs this season, nine gave the Marlins the lead...Ranked among NL Rookies: 1st in stolen bases (23); 3rd in runs (70); T-3rd in home runs (18); 4th in hits (114) and RBI (52)...Became the second Marlins rookie to have 15 home runs and 15 stolen bases in a season, joining Hanley Ramirez in 2006. The pair are also the only middle infielders in club history to accomplish the feat.
Jasrado Hermis Arrington Chisholm Jr. enters the 2021 season as MLB.com’s No. 66 overall and the Marlins No. 4 prospect... Played in 21 games in 2020 and hit .161 with two home runs and six RBIs... Made his Major League debut on Sept. 1 against Toronto. Came in as a defensive replacement at shortstop. Recorded his first Major League hit on Sept. 6 when he singled off the Rays’ Aaron Loup at Marlins Park. Hit his first big league home run off Atlanta’s Tommy Milone on Sept. 9 at Truist Park... In his only playoff appearance, he went 1x3 with a double in game three of the NL Division Series.
Spent the entire 2019 season in the Double-A Southern League, playing in Jackson as a member of the Diamondbacks and then Jacksonville after being traded to Miami. At the time of the trade, Chisholm was with Jackson having just finished a three game series in Biloxi. Biloxi played host to Jacksonville the next day, allowing Chisholm to stay and play for his new team on Aug. 1...In his first game with the Jumbo Shrimp, he went 3x4 with a home run and a triple...Hit .284 with four doubles, two triples, three home runs, and 10 RBI in 23 games for the Jumbo Shrimp.
Was named D-backs Minor League Player of the Year after he hit .272 AVG/.329 OBP/.513 SLG with 23 doubles, 6 triples, 25 home runs, 70 RBI, 39 walks, 17 stolen bases and 79 runs scored in 112 games between Single-A Kane County and Single-A Adv. Visalia.. Led all D-backs Minor Leaguers with 25 home runs and ranked among the leaders in runs (3rd, 79), triples (T-5th, 6), RBI (7th, 70), slugging pct. (8th, .513) and walks (T-9th, 33)...Was named a Midwest League midseason All-Star.