Miami Marlins Young Star "In A Lot Of Pain" After Crashing Into Wall, Exits Game

He happily agreed to move to center field this season after spending his first three years in the majors at his natural positions in the middle infield. Unfortunately, Miami Marlins' young sensation Jazz Chisholm had a full-speed collision with the center field wall Saturday evening that left his writhing in pain with a foot injury, and taking himself out of the game.

Chisholm was chasing a fly ball by the Cincinnati Reds' Henry Ramos to one of the deepest parts of the Miami ballpark, and crashed face first into the wall, coming down in significant pain with what appears to be an ankle injury. 

He tried walking on it, but had a hard time putting weight on the foot. 

This isn't the first time that Chisholm has had run-ins with that center field wall. Back in April, he was shaken up after a leap into the wall at almost the exact same spot.

The Marlins All-Star is off to a bit of a slow start offensively as he continue to try to acclimatize himself to his new position, hitting just .227 with a .286 on-base and .669 OPS. But he does have six homers and 15 RBIs, along with 13 stolen bases. 

The Fish can ill afford to lose him for an extended period.

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