Brewers' Travis Shaw: Heating up at Triple-A level
Shaw is 7-for-16 with four home runs, eight RBI and a 3:2 BB:K over his last five games with Triple-A San Antonio.
Shaw was sent down in late June after posting just a .568 OPS over 57 big-league games, and it appears he may be finally getting things going at the plate. He will likely need an extended run of quality at-bats before the Brewers consider calling him up again, but even then the club could opt to wait until September if Mike Moustakas and Keston Hiura keep getting the job done offensively.
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