From the Field: Bryan Shaw, p, Cleveland Indians

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For the second time in three seasons Shaw led the league in appearances.  He also had a good year: 2-5, 3.24 ERA with a 1.260 WHIP in 66.2 IP. He, Allen, Miller, Otero and Manship make up arguably the most dominant pen in the league.

The Indians acquired him in a pretty huge deal back in 2012:

Overall, I think the trade worked out OK.  We were going to lose Choo no matter what, so getting Stubbs, Bauer (who should…someday…maybe…end up a decent #3 pitcher) and Shaw is a pretty good get.  I am actually a little bummed that we lost Sipp in that deal, who was always a favorite of mine.

Year Age Tm Lg W L ERA G GF SV IP H BB SO ERA+ FIP WHIP H9 BB9 SO9
2011 23 ARI NL 1 0 2.54 33 8 0 28.1 30 8 24 157 3.52 1.341 9.5 2.5 7.6
2012 24 ARI NL 1 6 3.49 64 19 2 59.1 60 24 41 117 3.90 1.416 9.1 3.6 6.2
2013 25 CLE AL 7 3 3.24 70 11 1 75.0 60 28 73 118 3.07 1.173 7.2 3.4 8.8
2014 26 CLE AL 5 5 2.59 80 16 2 76.1 61 22 64 151 3.42 1.087 7.2 2.6 7.5
2015 27 CLE AL 3 3 2.95 74 19 2 64.0 59 19 54 146 4.01 1.219 8.3 2.7 7.6
2016 28 CLE AL 2 5 3.24 75 9 1 66.2 56 28 69 145 3.94 1.260 7.6 3.8 9.3
6 Yrs 19 22 3.04 396 82 8 369.2 326 129 325 136 3.63 1.231 7.9 3.1 7.9
162 Game Avg. 3 4 3.04 68 14 1 63 56 22 56 136 3.63 1.231 7.9 3.1 7.9
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 11/1/2016.
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