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The Blue Jays got basically nothing in return for Cavan Biggio...


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Maverick Mitchell
June 13, 2024  (11:26)
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Braydon Fisher pitching in LA Dodgers spring training.
Photo credit: Think Blue Planning Committee

In a trade that sent over Cavan Biggio to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Toronto Blue did not have much leverage after the DFA in which they did not get a lot in return.

The Jays got the 6-4 relief pitcher Braydon Fisher, who has not seen any MLB time in his career.
Blue Jays Fans are left disappointed as Fisher has struggled in his time in Triple-A and Double-A.
Braydon Fisher, the prospect coming to Blue Jays in the Biggio trade, has a 5.68 ERA between AA & AAA this year.

In 19 innings, the 23-year-old RHP has walked 15 while striking out 30. He throws his curve 50.2% of the time. 91-94 mph with the FB.

@JeffPassan
1st with the return

He has a combined 5.68 ERA in both minor leagues and in just 19 innings pitched this year, the 23-year-old has struck out 30 and walked 15 batters.
I think people are getting a little too critical as he is only 23, and still needs a lot more time to develop into a competent MLB arm. His fastball sits between 91-94 and has a great curveball that blinds hitters.
We will have to see how he progresses with his development to get a better understanding of what the Jays got in return for Biggio.
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