RP - SEA
Bryan Shaw is reportedly signing with the Seattle Mariners following his release by the Colorado Rockies on July 17th.
It didn't take long for the reliever to find a new home after receiving his walking papers last week. He struggled mightily the last two seasons, registering a 5.66 ERA to go along with a 1.58 WHIP as a member of the Rockies. He'll likely work middle relief for Seattle and would only be worthy of a roster spot in the deepest AL-only leagues.
The Rockies released reliever Bryan Shaw.
Jacke McGee was also let go on Friday. Shaw signed a three-year, $27 million deal with Colorado entering the 2018 season but has been a disaster thus far. The 32-year-old registered a 5.38 ERA and a 1.36 WHIP in 70 appearances last season.
Bryan Shaw was called in for the seventh inning in an 11-5 victory over the Braves on Friday. He gave up two hits, one earned run and struck out one.
The Rockies were carrying a decent lead while he toed the rubber so the one run that was scored against him wasn't really relevant. Shaw holds an ugly 6.36 ERA and 1.82 WHIP to date.
Bryan Shaw was on the mound for a grand slam on Saturday as the Rockies were downed by the Marlins 6-2. He chucked 2/3 of an inning while giving up two hits, two earned runs, one walk and struck out none.
Shaw wasn't responsible for loading up the bases so he was only charged with the grand slammer (J.T. Realmuto) coming across home plate. He doesn't hold any fantasy relevance with a 7.57 ERA and 1.96 WHIP through 35 2/3 innings pitched this year. Look elsewhere if you need help in the pitching department.
Bryan Shaw was credited with the win on Wednesday as the Rockies downed the Mets 10-8. He pitched a scoreless 1/3 of an inning.
Shaw was called in to replace Chris Rusin with the bases loaded. He was able to induce a groundout to get out of the jam and that was all that was required of him. The win puts his record to 3-5 with an unsightly 7.20 ERA and 1.91 WHIP with 34 Ks through 35 innings.