Cavan Biggio whose real name is Cavan Thomas Biggio is a professional American Baseball second baseman, third baseman, and outfielder who was born on April 11, 1995. Cavan Biggio is known to play for the Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball and is known to be the son of former MLB and Hall of Fame legend Craig Biggio.
He commenced his baseball run in his beginning stages at the high school level and the college level. He went to St. Thomas High School in Houston, Texas. He was known to have lettered four times in both baseball and football respectively.
He was able to gain a signing privilege from the Philadelphia Phillies in the 29th round of the year 2013 draft selection pick when he turned it down. He opted to take admission into the University of Notredame. At the college level, he earned the name all-star in the year 2015.
He began his professional career as a top prospect heading into the year 2016, he was known to have been picked by the Toronto Blue Jays in the fifth of the draft selection pick at the time. His signing was worth a slot bonus of $300,000.
What Has Happened To Cavan Biggio?
Regarding COVID-related injuries, the Blue Jays added Cavan Biggio to the list. Biggio has been exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 and was receiving testing, according to Toronto GM Ross Atkins, before a series-opening game against the Red Sox.