Shaw will sit for the second day in a row Saturday in Miami.
Shaw has now been in the lineup against just one of the five lefties the Brewers have faced this season. Pablo Reyes will make another start at third base in his absence.
Shaw will sit Friday against southpaw Trevor Rogers and the Marlins.
Rogers is somehow just the fourth southpaw the Brewers have faced thus far, so there hasn't been much opportunity to learn exactly what their default lineup looks like against lefties. It's clear that Shaw won't be a major part of that group, as he's started against just one of the four. Pablo Reyes starts at the hot corner in his absence.
Shaw is not in the lineup Sunday against the Dodgers.
Shaw went 2-for-5 with a solo homer and the game-winning single in the 11th inning Saturday, but he'll take a seat for the series finale with lefty Julio Urias starting for Los Angeles. Pablo Reyes will receive the start at third base Sunday in his place.
Shaw went 2-for-5 with a solo homer and game-winning hit in Saturday's win over the Dodgers.
The 31-year-old smacked a monster solo shot off Garrett Cleavinger in the third inning and knocked in the winning run in the 11th inning off Mitch White. Shaw is currently slashing .220/.290/.418.
Shaw went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Milwaukee's 2-1 victory over Los Angeles on Thursday.
Shaw's fourth-inning blast was the only offense for Milwaukee on the day, but it was enough to notch the win. Shaw should continue to hit in the middle of a Brewers lineup that ranks in the bottom third of the league in runs scored.
Shaw will sit against lefty Trevor Rogers and the Marlins on Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
It's possible that Shaw was always going to platoon for the Brewers this season, but we haven't had a chance to find that out yet, as Milwaukee somehow managed to face exclusively right-handed pitching in its first 21 games. Pablo Reyes will start at the hot corner Monday.
Shaw went 1-for-3 with a walk and two RBI in Sunday's 6-0 win over the Cubs.
Oddly enough, Shaw didn't record a hit for either of his two RBI. He walked with the bases loaded in the first inning and was later hit by a pitch with the bases jammed in the ninth. Still, the 31-year-old is up to 17 RBI this season, matching his 2020 total in nearly 90 fewer at-bats.
Shaw went 1-for-4 with a double, two RBI and a run scored in the 6-0 win against the Padres on Tuesday.
Shaw took advantage of Jurickson Profar's error in the third inning, knocking in two runs on a double to stretch the Brewers' lead. After hitting a forgettable .157 during his first tenure in Milwaukee, Shaw has turned the tables in his second journey with the team. He leads the team in RBI (13) and is tied for the lead in home runs (three), picking up the slack while many of the club's key players remain injured.
Shaw went 2-for-5 with a home run, an additional RBI and an additional run scored in Wednesday's win over the Cubs.
Shaw scored Jackie Bradley on an RBI single in the first and later launched his third homer of the season in the third inning off Jake Arrieta. The third baseman has hit safely in five of his last six games, tallying two homers, six RBI, four runs scored and two extra-base hits in that stretch.
Shaw (shin) is in the lineup for Monday's game against the Cubs.
Shaw fouled a pitch off his right shin in the fourth inning of Sunday's win over the Cardinals and was removed from the contest as a precaution. However, he'll return to third base and bat third Monday. Shaw has gone 5-for-11 with a home run, four RBI and four runs across the past three games.
Shaw was diagnosed with a bruised shin following Sunday's win over the Cardinals, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Shaw exited Sunday's game as a precautionary measure after he fouled a pitch off his right shin during the fourth inning. Manager Craig Counsell didn't sound too concerned about the issue and said that Shaw hasn't been ruled out for Monday's series opener against the Cubs. Daniel Robertson could fill in at third base if Shaw is forced to miss any time.
Shaw was removed from Sunday's game against the Cardinals as a precaution after fouling a pitch off his right ankle/shin, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The 30-year-old fouled a pitch off his right lower leg during the fourth inning before flying out to center field, and he was replaced in the field for the following frame. Shaw went 1-for-2 with a three-run home run, a walk and an additional run scored before exiting the contest, and he should be considered day-to-day heading into Monday's series opener against the Cubs.
Shaw went 3-for-4 in Thursday's 3-1 loss to St. Louis.
In the middle of a struggling Brewers lineup, the infielder has excelled thus far to the tune of a .316 average with six RBI in 19 at-bats. Shaw is flashing his 2017-2018 form after hitting a miserable .191 the last two seasons combined. RBI opportunities will be more plentiful for Shaw if Kolten Wong, Keston Hiura and Christian Yelich start hitting, but his independent offensive success will be enough to maintain moderate fantasy value regardless of others' production.
Shaw went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer in Tuesday's win over the Cubs.
Shaw got a boost in playing time when the Brewers dealt Orlando Arcia to Atlanta on Tuesday afternoon. He rewarded the team's faith in him immediately, smacking his first homer of the season in the first inning. He's racked up six RBI in his first four games of 2021.
Shaw will sit for the second straight game Monday against the Cubs.
Shaw started the first two games of the season but now finds himself stuck on the bench for two in a row. Shaw, Orlando Arcia and Luis Urias are expected to share starts on the left side of the Brewers' infield this season. Through four games, Shaw has started twice, while Arcia and Urias have both made three starts.
Shaw is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Twins.
Shaw started the first two games at third base for Milwaukee, batting fifth and second against Kenta Maeda and Jose Berrios, respectively. He went 2-for-6 with a walk, a double and three RBI in those two games. Orlando Arcia gets the nod at the hot corner Sunday, batting eighth against right-hander Michael Pineda.
Shaw went 2-for-4 with a double, three RBI and a walk during Thursday's extra-inning win over the Twins.
Shaw reached base in three of his five plate appearances and provided quite an offensive spark for the Brewers when the team needed it the most, as he drove in two runs with a two-out double in the bottom of the ninth. It remains to be seen whether Shaw will be the Brewers' primary third baseman this season, but he's certainly off to a strong start.
Shaw's contract was converted to a major-league deal Tuesday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Shaw exercised the opt-out clause in his contract, prompting the Brewers to add him to the active roster on a $1.5 million deal. The decision seemingly bodes well for Shaw in his quest for regular at-bats, though it's not yet clear whether he'll be the team's primary third baseman.
Shaw signed a minor-league deal with the Brewers on Tuesday that includes an invitation to major-league spring training, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
The 30-year-old will rejoin the Brewers after spending a year with the Blue Jays, and he'll earn $1.5 million if he cracks the big-league roster, plus another potential $1.5 million in incentives. He can opt out of the deal if not on the major-league roster March 15. Shaw had an .844 OPS and 63 homers over his first two seasons in Milwaukee, but he was let go after posting a .551 OPS and 33.0 percent strikeout rate in 2019. Luis Urias is the current favorite for the starting job at third base, but Shaw should be in the competition given Urias has yet to establish himself in the big leagues.
Shaw was non-tendered by the Blue Jays on Wednesday.
He bounced back slightly from the .157/.281/.270 line he logged with Milwaukee in 2019, hitting .239/.306/.411 in his lone year with Toronto. However, it wasn't enough of a rebound for the Jays to pay him in arbitration. Vladimir Guerrero and Rowdy Tellez look like the clear first baseman and designated hitter of the future for the Blue Jays.
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|2012||AFA-Salem Red Sox||99||354||69||108||31||3||16||73||59||81||11||2||.305||.411||.545|
|2013||AA-Portland Sea Dogs||127||444||57||98||21||4||16||50||78||117||7||3||.221||.342||.394|
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|2014||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||81||313||43||82||21||1||10||41||28||76||2||0||.262||.321||.431|
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|2019||AAA-San Antonio Missions||42||133||27||38||4||0||12||33||36||37||3||1||.286||.437||.587|