With his debut, Chourio takes on every role: batsman, glove, and wheeler.

New York -- Jackson Chourio was a teen three weeks ago. Now a major leaguer. 

Chourio's debut is rare. Chourio started Friday's Brewers' 3-1 season-opening win over the Mets at Citi Field as their right fielder and leadoff hitter. Baseball's second-best pros

First career game for Chourio is historic.

The first 2004-born Major Leaguer and one of the youngest leadoff hitters on Opening Day in AL/NL history, Chourio is the youngest player in the Majors at the start of the 2024 sea

Only Hall of Famer Bobby Doerr debuted for the Red Sox sooner, at 19 years and 13 days on Opening Day 1937.

"It actually makes me kind of happy knowing that I'm one of the younger ones out there," Chourio told Daniel de Mondesert who translated.

Chourio quickly proved why he was at the top.

The rookie had his first professional hit, stolen base, and RBI, as well as a great jumping catch in right field.

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