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Cavan Biggio went 1-for-3 Sunday, doubling, scoring one run, and driving in one run in the Blue Jays' 3-2 win over the Twins.
Biggio has struggled at the plate for the Blue Jays, hitting a paltry .150 with three runs scored and one run batted in over his last seven games. The infielder is hitting just .221 with 27 runs scored, two home runs, and 15 runs batted in through 60 games this season.
Cavan Biggio went 2-for-2 with a solo home run in Toronto's win over Milwaukee on Friday.
Biggio has generally been disappointing this season but has been hot recently, hitting 5-for-7 (.714) with two home runs and four RBI over his last three games. Fantasy managers should wait to see if the productive run continues before picking up Biggio as he is hitting .220/.373/.390 overall this season.
Cavan Biggio went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in Toronto's loss to Chicago on Monday.
Biggio tagged a Joe Kelly offering in the ninth inning to get the Blue Jays to within one run but ultimately the team fell to the White Sox on Monday. It was Biggio's first home run this season and he really isn't playing well enough at the moment to be considered in any leagues. For the season he is hitting .190/.333/.329 with one home run and eight RBI over 79 at-bats.
Cavan Biggio went 1-for-4 with a double and an RBI in Thursday's win.
Biggio doubled in the eighth inning and drove in Teoscar Hernández but added nothing more. He's essentially off of the fantasy radar as he's hitting a sad .125/.271/.175 with two RBI and five runs over 19 games.
Cavan Biggio went 1-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI on Saturday against the Angels.
Biggio is slashing .250/.333/.375 since being recalled from Triple-A, hardly numbers that warrant fantasy consideration. He's also striking out 44.4% over that span and he continues to make poor quality of contact, which has always been his issue. Unless something changes drastically, he is not worth considering in fantasy formats.