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Cavan Biggio had a solid performance in Tuesday's game against the Nationals, scoring two runs and stealing a base.
Although he only had one hit in one at-bat and didn't record any RBI or extra-base hits, his ability to contribute on the basepaths adds value to his fantasy outlook. With 37 runs scored and five stolen bases on the season, Biggio has shown his ability to generate fantasy points in multiple categories.
Blue Jays utility player Cavan Biggio is on the bench Friday versus the Angels.
Biggio went 1-for-3 with a pair of runs scored in Wednesday's series finale with the Dodgers but will start a three-game set with the Angels on the bench Friday. He dug himself a deep hole to begin the season but has been much better since April, hitting .262 with five homers, two steals, and a .796 OPS since May 1.
Blue Jays utility player Cavan Biggio is back in the starting lineup Wednesday versus the Dodgers.
Biggio did not start Tuesday extra-innings loss with a lefty on the mound but will return to take on Dodgers righty Tony Gonsolin on Wednesday afternoon. Biggio has bounced back from a slow start but is still hitting just .215 with seven homers, three steals, and a .684 OPS across 166 trips to the plate.
Cavan Biggio is out of the lineup for the Toronto Blue Jays against the Seattle Mariners Sunday.
Biggio will get the afternoon off for the Blue Jays, with Whit Merrifield starting at second base and batting sixth Sunday against the Mariners.
Cavan Biggio had a strong showing on Sunday, going 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI to help lead the Blue Jays to a 12-1 win over the Athletics.
The 28-year-old second baseman has struggled with consistency this season, but his power stroke was on full display in this one as he launched his seventh homer of the year. Despite his low batting average, Biggio has shown some pop at the plate with 16 RBI in 49 games played.