Bryan Shaw News

Bryan Shaw    R  Rockies

 

 

Rockies signed RHP Bryan Shaw to a three-year, $27 million contract. The deal is now official after being reported earlier this week. Shaw boasts a 3.13 career ERA in 446 1/3 major league innings and he led all MLB pitchers in appearances in 2017. He'll help set up in Colorado.

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Dec 15 - 1:44 PM

Bryan Shaw    RP  Rockies

 

 

Shaw has agreed to sign with the Rockies, Jon Heyman of FanRagSports.com reports. In seven seasons Shaw has posted a 3.13 ERA, 2.64 K:BB, and 8.0 K/9 across 446.1 innings. The 30-year-old has also impressed with his durability, as he has never seen the disabled list in his career. He worked mainly in a setup/middle relief role a year ago, and it would seem likely he will do the same in his new surroundings, unless the Rockies are not able to land another reliever.

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Dec 12 - 8:19 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports confirms that the Rockies have signed reliever Bryan Shaw. ESPN's Buster Olney says it's a three-year deal worth "something in the range of $9 million annually." Shaw has never held a closer job, but he has tallied at least one save in each of the last six seasons and the Rockies could try him in that role in 2018 with Greg Holland departing as a free agent. Shaw, 30, boasts a 3.13 career ERA in 446 1/3 major league innings and he led all MLB pitchers in appearances in 2017. It's a nice addition for the Colorado bullpen.

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Dec 12 - 8:00 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports that the Rockies are "moving to try and finalize" an agreement with free agent reliever Bryan Shaw. ESPN's Buster Olney has reported that other teams involved in the Shaw sweepstakes believe the 30-year-old right-hander already has an agreement in place, so this could reach the finish line rather quickly. Shaw is arguably the most durable and reliable relief pitcher on the free agent market this winter. He owns a 3.13 career ERA in parts of seven major league seasons.

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Dec 12 - 7:45 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, free agent reliever Bryan Shaw has an agreement in place with an undisclosed team. That indication comes from other clubs who were in pursuit of Shaw. Olney adds that Tommy Hunter is also close to signing somewhere. The relief dominos are starting to fall. Shaw, 30, boasts a career 3.13 ERA in 446 1/3 major league innings and he's been incredibly durable, leading American League bullpen arms in appearances three of the last four seasons.

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Dec 12 - 7:13 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that Bryan Shaw remains high on the Mets' wish list. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson expressed some hesitation about the market on Sunday, but Heyman hears that they expect to leave the Winter Meetings with a reliever. It was reported last month that Shaw already had at least two multi-year offers in hand. It's not surprising, as the 30-year-old owns a strong 3.13 ERA over 475 appearances in the majors. He has appeared in at least 70 games over the past five seasons.

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Dec 11 - 10:58 AM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Mike Puma of the New York Post reports that the Mets made a multi-year contract offer to Bryan Shaw around Thanksgiving. There have been reports that Shaw already has a pair of multi-year deals in hand, but is waiting for the relief pitching market to settle first before accepting an offer. That would require established closers like Wade Davis and Greg Holland to secure new homes first before Shaw chooses his destination.

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Dec 09 - 12:20 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that the Twins are not one of the two teams that have made multi-year contract offers to Bryan Shaw. Despite his connection with Twins' Chief Baseball Officer Derek Falvey, the Twins are focused on upgrading their rotation this winter, rather than exhausting resources on improving the bullpen. Shaw remains one of the top right-handed relievers available on the open market.

Rotoworld

Nov 25 - 1:21 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes that reliever Bryan Shaw has received multi-year contract offers from two teams. Hoynes doesn't specify the two teams, but speculates that the Mets are likely one of them, adding weight to the reporting of Mike Puma of the New York Post, who has heard similar rumblings from the Mets' front office in recent days. Shaw's former pitching coach in Cleveland, Mickey Callaway, is now the manager of the Mets. The 30-year-old Shaw has an excellent 3.13 ERA in his career with 398 strikeouts in 446 1/3 innings. His 378 appearances in the last five years led all major league pitchers over that span. He made $4.6 million in his last year of arbitration in 2017 with the Indians. It is possible the Indians could be the second team to offer him a long-term contract as they have said they would love to have him back if he doesn't price himself out of town.

Rotoworld

Nov 24 - 9:22 PM

Bryan Shaw    R  Indians

 

 

Mike Puma of the New York Post hears the Mets are making a play for free agent reliever Bryan Shaw. Puma adds that "it wouldn't be surprising if the Mets moved soon" on adding a new bullpen piece. Shaw boasts a career 3.13 ERA over 475 major league appearances and has been among the most durable and reliable relievers in baseball over the last four seasons. The 30-year-old right-hander would make sense for just about any club seeking relief help.

Rotoworld

Nov 22 - 3:39 PM

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RT @MBrownstein89: I am very surprised by the deal Addison Reed signed w/ the #Twins. After seeing Bryan Shaw (3-years, $27 million), Wade…
RT @MBrownstein89: I am very surprised by the deal Addison Reed signed w/ the #Twins. After seeing Bryan Shaw (3-years, $27 million), Wade…
RT @John_Edwards_: Using an adjusted Marcel projection system: Wade Davis: 3 years, $52 million, 2.9 projected fWAR over 3 years Bryan Shaw…
RT @MBrownstein89: I am very surprised by the deal Addison Reed signed w/ the #Twins. After seeing Bryan Shaw (3-years, $27 million), Wade…
RT @PSLToFlushing: Before you scream the Mets should’ve waited for Reed instead of signing Swarzak, remember at the time of the Swarzak sig…
RT @MBrownstein89: I am very surprised by the deal Addison Reed signed w/ the #Twins. After seeing Bryan Shaw (3-years, $27 million), Wade…