While the team still views Chisholm as a shortstop in the long term, Miguel Rojas holds down that job for now and is making a reasonable $5 million this season, with a $5.5 million club option for 2022 that becomes guaranteed if Rojas sees 500 plate appearances this year. As a result, if Chisholm proves in camp he doesn't need any more time in the minors, he'll have to slide over to the keystone. The 23-year-old is the Marlins' No. 4 prospect but posted a disappointing .563 OPS over 21 games in his big-league debut last season.
Marlins' Jazz Chisholm: Could win second base job
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