‘Injured Ward’ Dodgers Recruit ‘Utility Resources’ Vizio From Toronto

Cavan Biggio (29), the son of Craig Biggio, who entered the Major League Baseball’s “Honours Hall of Fame,” will start immediately after moving to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced on the 13th (Korea Standard Time) that it had signed Biggio from the Toronto Blue Jays and made a trade to give up right-hander Brayden Fisher from the minor league. 토토사이트 추천

As a sixth-year MLB player, Biggio was a highly anticipated prospect when he joined the Toronto Blue Jays, but he showed sluggish performance in batting with his overall batting average of 0.227 days in six seasons. He also had a batting average of only 0.200 and two homers in 44 games through Tuesday.

Biggio’s strength is that he is a resource that can play multiple positions in defense. His main position is second baseman, and he can play first, third, left and right field.

For the Dodgers, who are currently out with third baseman Max Muncy, internal and external utilities Chris Taylor, Enrique Hernandez and Gevin Sachs due to injuries, Vizio, a utility resource, was needed.

In fact, the Dodgers included Vizio in its starting lineup ahead of a home game against the Texas Rangers that will take place soon after the trade. Vizio will start as a ninth and third baseman.

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