Travis Shaw Milwaukee Brewers

Age: 29 (April 16, 1990) | 6' 4" | 230lbs. | Bats: Left 1B-6 2B-2 3B-71 PH-7
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
BOS AAA 2015 77 289 29 72 26 54 12 2 5 30 0 1 .249 .318 .356 8 17 .289 n/a
BOS AL 2015 65 226 31 62 18 57 10 0 13 36 0 1 .274 .331 .491 7 23 .310 37/20/43 10 9
BOS AL 2016 145 480 63 116 43 133 34 2 16 71 5 1 .242 .306 .421 8 25 .299 36/19/45 13 13
MIL NL 2017 144 538 84 147 60 138 34 1 31 101 10 0 .273 .349 .513 10 23 .312 43/20/38 28 25
MIL NL 2018 152 498 73 120 78 108 23 0 32 86 5 2 .241 .345 .480 13 18 .242 37/18/45 22 20
MIL AAA 2019 42 133 27 38 36 37 4 0 12 33 3 1 .286 .437 .586 21 21 .299 n/a
MIL NL 2019 86 230 22 36 36 89 5 0 7 16 0 0 .157 .281 .270 13 33 .216 29/22/49 -4 -3
Career 5yrs 592 1972 273 481 235 525 106 3 99 310 20 4 .244 .327 .451 10 23 .280 n/a
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Lots of non-tenders tonight including Shaw (one of 5 for the Brewers). 

Kent Ostby Seadogs

The third player on J.P. Breen's Stash List at BP is surprising. The surprise being that Shaw has gotten his act together.

3. Travis Shaw (3B) — Milwaukee Brewers (Previous Rank: 4)

The 29-year-old veteran continues to
rake in San Antonio. He has a 1.041 OPS in Triple-A, which includes a
.333 batting average and five homers in his past 10 games. It’s unclear
what the Brewers will do. They could hypothetically move him prior to
the trade deadline, keep him in Triple-A until September (unless an
big-league injury happens first), or perhaps have him replace Eric Thames (who has been struggling as of late) as the strong side of the first-base platoon.


Alex Patton Alex
Jul 28

I paid $23 for him but luckily had Hiura on another team.

jeff merk jeffamerk
Jul 8

Hitting .231 ... at AAA. You almost never see a 29-yo hitter crater the way he has this year. The shift hurt him last year, but this year, he has just looked awful.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Jul 8

Looked awful yesterday in the game on MLB. Feeble attempts at making contact mixed in with mighty swings. In two of his AB he didn't swing at all until he had two strikes.

Alex Patton Alex
May 9

Travis Shaw (continuing the Brandon Belt thread) was even more extreme.

In 305 of his plate appearances, he faced the shift: 75.7 percent of the time. With the shift on, his GSL BA was .204. When it wasn't on his GSL BA was .412.

He hit .412 hitting grounders and short liners. Counting long liners and big flies... alas the Handbook doesn't say.

Alex Patton Alex
Feb 13

Avoided arbitration by agreeing to an undisclosed amount. It's also unclear where he'll be playing next year. For the Reds. For us he'll be at second base.

Alex Patton Alex
Jan 12
Fangraphs:   WAR 3.6    Bat 13    Field 1   Run 1    HR/FB 18%   Pull 46%    Hard 40%
Alex Patton Alex
Dec 16 '18