2022 Player Outlook
Biggio is proof that everything the Blue Jays touch doesn’t always turn to gold. Biggio battled injuries and struggled mightily at the plate in a season that he’d soon like to forget. He spent time on the IL due to a neck sprain and back tightness and even injured his elbow while on a rehab assignment with the Blue Jays’ Triple-A affiliate. Unfortunately, Biggio’s 2021 season can be measured by his career worsts. He posted career worsts in BB%, BA, OBP and SLG. We probably all need to manage our expectations when it comes to Biggio and come to terms with the type of player that he is at his core. He never hit for a high average while in the minor leagues but his power and speed combination was appealing. At this stage of his career he’s probably nothing more than a late round flier who is eligible at a rather scarce fantasy position. There’s no guarantee that Biggio hits these numbers, but his upside for this season is .250 BA, 15 HR, 15 SB.