Colorado Rockies: Seven (or more) trade targets from the Toronto Blue Jays
The Colorado Rockies could use Toronto Blue Jays reliever Adam Cimber in the back-end of their bullpen
Adam Cimber is a submarine pitcher who has bounced a bit in his brief MLB career. Cimber made his debut in 2018 when he was 27 with San Diego. He was traded to Cleveland along with Brad Hand at the trade deadline in 2018 before Cleveland traded him to Miami in 2020. Miami traded him to the Toronto Blue Jays (along with former Colorado Rockies outfielder Corey Dickerson) in late June.
2021 was his best MLB season as in 72 games, he had an ERA of 2.26 with an ERA+ of 191, a FIP of 3.07, a WHIP of 1.074, and he only walked two batters per nine innings.
Prior to 2021, Cimber had a 3.89 ERA (112 ERA+) and a 3.86 FIP in 152 games in the majors.
Cimber is not a strikeout guy (his fastball only averages out at 87 MPH) but he has a great groundball rate. Since 2019 among relievers (again, minimum of 100 innings pitched), his 54.5 groundball rate is 16th-highest.
That wraps up the AL East as next, we move on to the AL Central and the Chicago White Sox.