I love athletes who have desire and love the game.
Athletes who set big goals, declare them and work tirelessly to accomplish them.
In April a rookie prospect named Jazz Chisolm, who had 0 major league games under his belt, went up to Derek Jeter and asked him, “Tell me how to get to the Hall of Fame.”
He made a promise to his grandmother who sacrificed for him that he would repay her by being the 1st Bahamian to make the Hall of Fame.
It wasn’t a fleeting wish for Jazz.
Chances are Jazz won’t get to the Hall.
There have been over 22,000 players who have played in the MLB and only 268 actual players who have been inducted, but I would watch Jazz play every day – he gets it.