Even in light of the discouraging numbers for closer Cody Allen and setup man Bryan Shaw, the Indians are holding out hope that this is nothing more than a bad stretch.
6 days ago
Indians manager Terry Francona was not sure why the umpires were calling him to the field in the eighth inning on Sunday. All Francona could decipher, while watching all four umps discussing something near the mound, was that there was a complaint about reliever Bryan Shaw.
8 days ago
The shrug and smirk made it clear. When it comes to his increase in velocity this season, Indians setup man Bryan Shaw does not have much of an explanation.
11 days ago
Bryan Shaw might be a serious problem, but the rest of the Cleveland Indians looked OK—until the sun came out. Considering the minuscule run support and general “tough luck” Corey Kluber has endured over the past year, some have said there’s a dark cloud hovering over the former Cy Young Award winner’s head. On Sunday, that supposed cloud sure could have come in handy...
How about that first week of Tribe baseball, folks?! Three rainouts, two abbreviated series splits, and one successful Trevor Bauer drone strike on the South Siders’ new video scoreboard. Since my own living room window offers a fairly up-to-the-second perspective on Chicago’s weather, I can only assume Sunday’s rubber match with the White Sox was PPD’d for the same reason...
The call for the fabled right-handed power bat has been frequent and consistent since Manny Ramirez left the North coast shores of Cleveland Ohio. Many a left-handed batter with a fast, strong swing has graced the Cleveland Indians, but fans still clamored for the sweet stroke from the right-side. On Saturday, after the Chicago White Sox ground crew removed the overnight snow, Mike...
CLEVELAND (AP) The Indians avoided salary arbitration with reliever Bryan Shaw by agreeing to a one-year, $2.75 million contract for next season with the steady right-hander. Shaw is Cleveland's primary set-up man for closer Cody Allen, one of four players still eligible for arbitration. The 28-year-old Shaw went 3-3 with a 2.95 ERA in a team-high 74 games last season. He has...
Via Associated Press
January 14, 2016 | Discuss
Indians manager Terry Francona loves relievers and set-up man Bryan Shaw loves to pitch. A perfect match that Tinder couldn’t have produced , right? Shaw has made 224 appearances for Francona and the Indians over the last three seasons. In 2014, he pitched in a club-record 80 games and became the first Indians reliever to lead the big leagues outright in appearances in 94 years...
On Thursday night, Bryan Shaw blew a hold (technically a blown save) in an effort reminiscent of two blown saves last year against Detroit (except that this game didn’t matter). Shaw has been a work horse for the Tribe during the last three seasons, setting the Indians record for appearances in 2014 (and leading the league) and pitching in at least 70 games every season. While...
The Cleveland Indians open the 2014 season with new expectations despite many questions. The Indians’ 25-man roster will look different than the group that won 92 games and lost the American League Wild Card game to the Tampa Bay Rays. While the roster may change and the expectations grow, Cleveland will need answer many questions this spring before opening the season in Oakland...
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