Biggio went 3-for-5 with a double, a run and four RBI in Monday's 11-4 win over the Royals.
Biggio was one of five Blue Jays to finish with three or more hits in the Canada Day blowout. The rookie has been an on-base machine for the Jays since arriving to the big leagues in late May, but he's started to become an asset in the batting-average category lately, too. He's gone 12-for-36 (.333 average) over his last nine contests, though an unsustainable .458 BABIP over that stretch has certainly helped his cause.
Biggio went 1-for-3 with a grand slam and a walk in Saturday's 7-5 win over the Royals.
Biggio delivered out of the cleanup spot for the Blue Jays in the fifth inning with his first career grand slam. The 24-year-old is showing well in his first taste of the majors with a .240/.373/.469 slash line and six home runs through 30 games.
Biggio will start at second base and bat leadoff Wednesday against the Yankees.
Normal table setter Eric Sogard is receiving a breather for the day game after the night game, so Biggio will settle in atop the order for the first time since June 14. Biggio owns a robust .352 on-base percentage through his first 27 games in the big leagues, but his elevated strikeout rate (28.6 percent) has played a major part in limiting his average to a pedestrian .221. The rookie has at least made some progress on that front lately, as he'll carry a four-game hitting streak into the series finale.
Biggio is not in the lineup for Friday's game at Boston.
Biggio will head to the bench Friday with lefty Chris Sale taking the mound for the Red Sox. Eric Sogard will start at the keystone in his stead.
Biggio went 2-for-2 with two walks, two home runs and three RBI in Monday's 10-5 loss to the Angels.
It's the rookie's second two-homer performance over the course of a small five-game hitting streak. Biggio's boosted his slash line to .233/.378/.517 with five long balls and 10 RBI in 19 games since his promotion with a strong 14:21 BB:K, and he's already showing the same power and patience he did in the minors.
Biggio finished 2-for-4 with two solo home runs, a walk and three runs scored during Thursday's 12-3 win over the Orioles.
Biggio came in with one hit in his last 23 at-bats, but he ended that drought with a solo home run in the second inning. He later walked and scored before adding another solo shot in the seventh. Biggio hasn't yet enjoyed any sustained success at the MLB level and will hope to generate some momentum from this notable performance.
Biggio is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Baltimore.
Biggio has gone hitless in 10 of his 13 career major-league games. Eric Sogard starts at second base in his absence.
Biggio is not in the lineup Thursday against the Yankees.
Biggio will take a seat on the bench for Thursday's series finale after starting the past five games and going 3-for-14 (.214) with a pair of stolen bases and a 6:5 BB:K during that stretch. Eric Sogard is starting at the keystone and batting leadoff in this one.
Biggio will start in right field and bat fifth Sunday against the Rockies, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
With Rowdy Tellez (hamstring) unavailable and Lourdes Gurriel resting, Biggio will slot into the highest spot in the order he's held since being promoted to the big leagues May 24. After missing two games earlier in the week with an illness, Biggio has looked sharp while starting at second base the past two days, going a combined 2-for-6 with two walks, three runs and a stolen base.
Biggio (illness) is starting at second base and batting sixth Friday night against the Rockies.
Biggo has missed the last few days due to illness, but he appears to have returned to health and will be back in action for the series opener in Colorado. Eric Sogard retreats to the bench as a result.
Biggio (illness) remains out of the lineup Wednesday against the Rays.
Biggio remains a victim of the illness which has been sweeping the Blue Jays' clubhouse. He could be back in action Friday in Colorado following an off day Thursday. Eric Sogard gets another start at second base.
Biggio's absence from the lineup Tuesday against Tampa Bay is due to illness, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
An illness has been traveling around the Blue Jays' roster, with Biggio the latest victim. He was sent back to the team hotel so he's likely unavailable off the bench. Eric Sogard starts at second base.
Biggio is not starting Tuesday against Tampa Bay.
Biggio started four straight games after getting his first major-league callup Friday. He went hitless in three of those games but went 3-for-4 with a homer in the other. Eric Sogard gets the start at second base.
Biggio went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in a 10-1 victory against the Padres on Sunday.
Playing in his third major league game, Biggio singled in the second inning for his first career hit. He then added a solo home run and another single, driving in a run on each hit. Biggio went 0-for-3 in each of his first two MLB games, but with the three-hit performance, he's 3-for-10 (.300) with a home run, two RBI and one run in three games.
Biggio went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in Friday's loss to the Padres.
Getting the start at second base and batting eighth, Biggio struggled in his big-league debut. The Jays have nothing to lose by giving the 24-year-old a long leash, and Vlad Guerrero Jr.'s turnaround after some early struggles should encourage the club to be patient with Biggio as well. Expect the rookie to see most of his playing time at the keystone, though he could spend time in the outfield corners on occasion as well.
Biggio will start at second base and hit eighth in his big-league debut Friday against the Padres.
There's little sense in the Blue Jays calling up Biggio and not giving him regular at-bats, so expect to see him as a fixture in the lineup despite Eric Sogard's surprising numbers so far this season. If Biggio can come anywhere close to repeating his .307/.445/.504 line from his time with Triple-A Buffalo, he could rapidly move up in the order, as the Blue Jays are short on established bats.
Biggio's contract was selected by the Blue Jays as expected Friday.
Biggio will be looking to carry the momentum from his hot start at Triple-A Buffalo (.307/.445/.504) into his major-league debut. He can play a variety of positions around the diamond but is expected to debut at second base.
Biggio will start at second base in his major-league debut Friday against the Padres, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.
Biggio is being called up from Triple-A Buffalo after posting a .307/.445/.504 slash line through 42 games in his first season at Triple-A. The 24-year-old has seen action everywhere in the field besides catcher and center field over the last two seasons, but his first taste of the big leagues will come at the keystone.
Biggio will be called up for his major-league debut Friday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.ca reports.
The son of Craig Biggio is set to be the second son of a Hall of Famer (following Vladimir Guerrero Jr.) to debut in Toronto within a month. He's gotten off to an excellent start for Triple-A Buffalo this year, posting a .306/.440/.507 line in 41 games with more walks (32) than strikeouts (28). Biggio has played everywhere except center field and catcher in the last two seasons, so the Blue Jays will have plenty of places to fit him into the lineup.
Biggio went 2-for-5 with a double, a run scored and an RBI for Triple-A Buffalo on Friday.
The performance was a pretty typical one for the 24-year-old given his .320/.447/.533 slash line on the year, but more important for his chances of a promotion was the fact that Biggio got the start in left field Friday after spending the prior two games patrolling right field. He's now played five different positions this season for Buffalo, highlighting his future as a likely super-utility player in the majors, but his quickest path to a job in Toronto this season lies in the outfield.
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