Jazz Chisholm Appears to Take Shot at Current Dodger

Miami Marlins Jazz Chisholm had some words for a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers roster.
Mar 4, 2024; Jupiter, Florida, USA; Miami Marlins center fielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. (2) looks on
Mar 4, 2024; Jupiter, Florida, USA; Miami Marlins center fielder Jazz Chisholm Jr. (2) looks on / Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

The MLB season is set to start next week but there is a feud building up prior to the season. Miami Marlins center fielder Jazz Chisholm was on "The Pivot Podcast" and had some words for Dodgers' shortstop Miguel Rojas.

The two men played together from 2020-2022 with the Marlins but Chisholm had some negative words to say about his former teammate. The 26-year-old didn't say any names but referred to a team captain, which many believe was Rojas since he was that club's de factor leader.

Chisholm said on the podcast, "Our team captain, when I was younger, came in, saw me sleeping before the game — like an hour before the game, and like, he knew we had a team meeting — let me stay there and slept through the team meeting and the coach came and woke me up 15 minutes before the game. The team captain. Come on, bro, how is that a team captain? That's not a team captain, bro."

Dodgers News: Jazz Chisholm Takes A Jab At Miguel Rojas

Chisholm was a rookie during the 2020 season and Rojas didn't make a good impression on him.

Rojas not waking him up prior to the team meeting has left a bad taste in his mouth and he expressed it on the podcast.

The 35-year-old shortstop was traded to Los Angeles after the 2022 season and is heading into his second year with the team.

Regardless of this feud, the Dodgers are expected to be one of the best teams in the majors. According to FanDuel Sportsbook, Los Angeles is a +165 favorite to win the National League. If you like these odds, head over to FanDuel Sportsbook and take advantage of your sign-up bonus.

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