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budding Miami Marlins star Jazz Chisholm Jr. Was ruled out of Saturday’s game against the New York Mets for arguing over balls and strikes. It was the first time he was tossed out of a game.
The incident happened in the ninth inning of the game, with the Marlins trailing the Mets 3–1. Miami had a runner at third base with no outs. got close to edwin diazoo Tossed a 100-mph fast ball that was visible inside but the umpire called it strike three on Chisholm.
Chisholm argued with home plate umpire Adam Beck but to no avail, and Burke threw Chisholm just before the end of the game. New York would win 3-2.
After the game the infielder expressed his displeasure on Twitter: “AWESOME!!!!!”
He also clapped at the baseball fans who were trolling him after the game.
Chisholm explained to reporters that he was upset that the bat was taken from his hands at an opportune time where he thought he could make a serious impact.
“Everybody knows I can kill a homer,” he MLB.com. said through, “He throws 100. [mph]But everyone knows what I can do against 100, so it’s just taking the bat out of my hand, and then it sucks because at the end of the day, I worked hard to get to where I am, and Maybe they worked hard to get to where they are.
“But at the end of the day, they don’t have the repercussions for being one bad call and messing up the whole game like me. Guess what, at the end of the day, I might be sent down. You never know. I’m a baseball player.” My numbers matter a lot, especially in that place, [where] We can tie a game and then (Garrett) Cooper comes in with the next hit, and then you’ve got a runner on base, tie game. You can’t get out of the game like this, man. That was terrible.”
The 24-year-old has been a bright spot for the Marlins.
In 53 games this season, he’s hitting .238 with .820 Ops. He has 13 home runs, 41 RBIs and 11 steals.