Cimber began the season as a member of the Miami Marlins. On June 29th, he was traded with the Blue Jays, along with outfielder Corey Dickerson.
In return for Cimber, Toronto sent infielder Joe Panik and minor league relief pitcher Adam McInvale to Miami.
Cimber was supposed to be another low-leverage arm available for Charlie Montoyo to use in the bullpen as required when he arrived in Toronto.
Cimber has been a very helpful arm in high-leverage situations, especially with the Blue Jays in the middle of a very tight Wild Card battle.
Cimber has quietly become one of baseball’s best relievers in recent years. Over 29.1 innings, the righty has a 1.23 ERA, 0.95 WHIP, only one walk, and has even won a save.
Adam Cimber’s success down the stretch is a big reason why the Blue Jays are still on the hunt for a spot in the American League Wild Card game.
Cimber has been a fairly reliable option for Charlie Montoyo and the Blue Jays, throwing the eighth inning before Jordan Romano came in for the save in the ninth.
What Pitches does Adam Cimber Throw?
Adam Climber throws A four-seam fastball, a sinker and a slider.
What kind of Pitcher is Cimber?
Cimber is a sidearmer reliever and Submarine Pitcher.