Jordan “Sky” Walker put on a show this week in the first series he played in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.

The Cardinals rookie highlighted it with a home run over the head of his childhood best friend “Money” Michael Harris to earn him the top spot in Week 22 of our #HighFive list.


1. Jordan “Sky” Walker

Jordan Walker had his family going crazy in the stands in support of him during the St. Louis’s series against the Braves this week which featured three of the top young MLBbro players in the Majors in Walker, Masyn Winn and “Money” Michael Harris.



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“I am an English teacher and I am still at a loss for words,” said Jordan’s mother Katrina, father Derek and Grandma Dearee after watching their son play in the same stadium they took him to watch games as a kid.

“It is something you can never imagine.  You just hope your kids find their passion and do it at the highest level.”


In his second at-bat of game one, Walker demolished a ball over the right centerfield wall for his 15th home run of his rookie campaign.

Walker has settled in nicely down the stretch this season after an up and down beginning to his Major League career.



It started with him fighting for a roster spot in Spring Training, then tying the longest ever hitting streak to begin a career, to dark days after being demoted to the Minors and told to change his swing, to now hitting .513 with four home runs, nine RBI and a 1.074 OPS over his last seven games.

In all 2023 was a solid year for Walker and he will look to close out the final month even stronger.  

He entered Thursday slashing .278/.343/.807 on the season with 15 home runs and 40 RBI.


2. Jazz Chishom Jr. “Bahamian Blur”

The “Bahamian Blur” Jazz Chisholm Jr. has been euro-stepping and Bro bombing this last week to help lead the Marlins to a six-game winning streak and the final National League Wild Card spot with just over three weeks left.


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People need to put more respect on the 2023 MLB The Show cover boy and the only Bahamian athlete to ever grace the cover of a video game.

In the first two games of their series against the National League West leading Dodgers, Chisholm recorded multiple hits and a home run in each matchup.

In his last seven games, he is batting .355 with three home runs, nine RBI and two steals for a Marlins team that placed their biggest slugger, Jorge Soler on the Injured List Wednesday.


Chisholm also hosted his first ever fashion show last week for his charity, the Jazz Chisholm Foundation where himself as well as teammates Josh Bell, Jake Burger and members of the Miami Dolphins walked the runway.


3. J.P. Crawford

J.P. Crawford is leaving questions of his lack of ability at the plate in the dust as he begins to enter the conversation for best all-around shortstops in the Majors.



He was given the honor of being named Rob Parker’s Homeboi Highlights for his performance over the weekend against the New York Mets where he had two home runs, including a leadoff shot Friday night and a 3-for-4 game where he scored three times and homered as well.

Among all Major League shortstops, Crawford ranks 7th in batting average, 2nd in on base percentage, third in OPS and 8th in slugging percentage.


4. Royce Lewis

Since returning from injury in the middle of August, 2017 first overall pick Royce Lewis has been one of the best players in the Majors as he claims a spot on our #HighFive List for the second week in a row.


Lewis, who is slashing .375/.444./.625 with two home runs, two steals and 10 RBI in September has hits in eight of his last 10 games has produced three multi-hit games during that span including back-to-back three hit outings against the Rangers and Guardians.



The Twins come into the weekend with a six game lead over the Guardians in the American League Central and will welcome the Mets into Target Field for a three-game set.


5. Hunter Greene

Hunter Greene takes the fifth and final spot on our #HighFive List after going 5.1 innings allowing only an unearned run and striking out six against the San Francisco Giants who are neck-and-neck with Cincinnati in the race for the final National League Wild Card spot.

That was Greene’s third start since returning from a hip injury and getting over the effects of a COVID outbreak in the Reds locker room.

Although they currently sit a half a game out of the third and final Wild Card spot, the addition of Greene back to their rotation will give a boost to a young exciting team that is playing with house money this year.

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