Fantasy Stats

Year fpts
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
Innings Pitched
Base on Balls (Walk)
Earned Run Average
Walks and Hits Allowed Per Inning
2024 0.00 0.00
2023 1022.7 45.7 4 40 17 4.14 1.23
2022 1172 58.3 6 2 1 52 26 5.40 1.44
3y Avg. 1202 60.3 4 3 2 54 27 4.33 1.36
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: In mix for saves

    Shaw is a candidate to earn saves for the White Sox this season, Jack Magruder of reports. Shaw is in camp on a minor-league deal, but he pitched fairly effectively for the White Sox last season by maintaining a 4.14 ERA and 1.23 WHIP with a 40:17 K:BB across 45.2 innings. He also logged four saves and four holds, showing some ability to pitch in high-leverage situations. Shaw's role remains far from certain however, as Chicago's bullpen is wide open, and general manager Chris Getz specifically declined to name a closer early in spring training.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Invited to White Sox camp

    Shaw signed a minor-league contract with the White Sox on Saturday and received an invitation to major-league spring training. Shaw will return to the White Sox after putting up a 4.14 ERA and 1.23 WHIP across 45.2 innings with Chicago last season. The Sox don't have a particularly strong bullpen, making it possible the 36-year-old righty makes the Opening Day roster, but he will still have plenty of competition in camp.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Collects fourth save

    Shaw picked up the save in Thursday's 3-1 victory over the Diamondbacks, striking out one over a perfect inning. Shaw entered the contest with a two-run lead in the ninth and needed only 11 pitches to retire the side and secure his fourth save of the season. The right-handed reliever has converted his last two save opportunities and has struck out at least one batter in 13 of his last 15 appearances. He carries a 1.08 ERA in September to go along with a 20:6 K:BB.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Escapes with save Saturday

    Shaw picked up the save in Saturday's 1-0 victory over the Red Sox. He allowed two hits and struck out two in a scoreless ninth inning. Despite surrendering two singles in the ninth inning, Shaw was able to successfully shut the door on Boston, earning his third save of the season. After 10 consecutive scoreless appearances to start September, the veteran reliever had given up an earned run in each of his previous two outings prior to Saturday. He now owns a 4.65 ERA and 1.30 WHIP across 33 appearances (40.2 innings) on the campaign.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Earns second save

    Shaw walked one and struck out two in a scoreless and hitless inning to earn the save in Wednesday's 6-4 win over the Royals. Shaw has kept runs off the board in seven of his last eight outings, and five of those efforts have seen him get more than three outs. The right-hander got the ninth inning after Gregory Santos earned a hold after relieving Aaron Bummer in the eighth inning. Shaw has a 5.46 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 27:11 K:BB through 31.1 innings this season while adding two saves and two holds. He's not the top late-inning option, but Shaw is getting some looks late in the White Sox's disappointing season.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Collects first save of season

    Shaw earned a save against the Yankees on Monday, allowing one hit and striking out four batters over two scoreless innings. Shaw entered in the top of the eighth inning with Chicago up 2-1, and he dominated by striking out the side on 13 pitches. The White Sox scored three times in the bottom of the frame, so manager Pedro Grifol elected to allow the right-hander the opportunity to close things out. Shaw did so without much trouble, allowing a leadoff double to Aaron Judge in the ninth but retiring the next three batters. It was the veteran reliever's first save of the campaign and 16th of his career, but he doesn't figure to get many more chances moving forward despite an unsettled closer situation since Liam Hendriks was lost for the season with an elbow injury and Kendall Graveman and Reynaldo Lopez were both traded at the deadline.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Joining big-league bullpen

    Shaw's contract was selected from Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday. The 35-year-old reliever had a 4.94 ERA in 23.2 innings at Triple-A and a 9.39 ERA in 7.2 innings in the big leagues earlier this year. Shaw will work in low-leverage situations.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Joining Triple-A Charlotte

    Shaw was sent outright to Triple-A Charlotte on Monday, per the MLB's transactions log. Shaw was designated for assignment by the White Sox on Saturday, and after failing to draw any interest from around the league, he'll end up in Charlotte. He owns a 4.03 ERA and 1.21 WHIP with 24 strikeouts in 21 appearances (22.1 innings) this season at Triple-A.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Jettisoned from 40-man roster

    Shaw was designated for assignment Saturday, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports. The 35-year-old reliever loses his 40-man roster spot with Joe Kelly ready to return from the injured list. Shaw allowed eight runs over 7.2 relief innings during his brief time with the White Sox.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Back in majors with ChiSox

    The White Sox selected Shaw's contract from Triple-A Charlotte on Sunday. Shaw is a veteran of 753 career regular-season appearances, but he has yet to pitch at the big-league level in 2023 after he was forced to settle for a minor-league deal with the White Sox this offseason coming off a poor season with the Guardians. The 35-year-old right-hander has pitched respectably at Charlotte this season, logging a 4.03 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 24:14 K:BB in 22.1 innings. Look for the White Sox to limit his usage to lower-leverage spots initially, but he could eventually work his way into a setup role if he excels early on.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Back with Chicago on minors deal

    Shaw signed a minor-league contract Friday with the White Sox, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Shaw was released by the team in late March after failing to claim a spot on the Opening Day roster, but he'll get another shot with the organization after going unsigned for a full month. The veteran reliever will first head to the club's spring training complex in Arizona before eventually joining up with Triple-A Charlotte.
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  • Bryan Shaw: Parts ways with White Sox

    Shaw was released by the White Sox on Sunday, LaMond Pope of the Chicago Tribune reports. The veteran right-hander was informed earlier Sunday he didn't make Chicago's Opening Day roster, so it's no surprise to see him return to free agency. Shaw had 5.40 ERA over 60 appearances last year but was solid during spring training with one earned run allowed over 8.1 frames.
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  • White Sox's Bryan Shaw: Misses out on Opening Day roster

    The White Sox informed Shaw on Sunday that he won't be included on the Opening Day roster, James Fegan of The Athletic reports. Shaw had been attending spring training as a non-roster invitee after signing a minor-league deal with Chicago in February. Given his status as a 35-year-old veteran with 753 career regular-season appearances in the majors along with the fact that he's coming off a respectable showing in Cactus League play (1.08 ERA, 1.32 WHIP in 8.1 innings), Shaw may choose to pursue his options in free agency rather than joining the White Sox's top affiliate at Triple-A Charlotte.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Passes through waivers

    The Guardians outrighted Shaw to Triple-A Columbus on Monday, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports. Shaw is on the books for $3 million in 2022 and is likely eager to receive the remaining prorated portion of his contract, so his decision to accept the outright assignment rather than electing free agency doesn't come as a surprise. Before he was removed from the Guardians' 40-man roster, Shaw turned in a 5.40 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 52:26 K:BB in 58.1 innings. His contract includes a $4 million club option for 2023, which the Guardians will almost certainly decline this winter.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Designated for assignment

    Shaw was designated for assignment by the Guardians on Saturday. Shaw made 60 appearances (two starts) for Cleveland in 2022 and converted his lone save chance while picking up seven holds. However, he served mainly as a middle reliever and posted a 5.40 ERA and 1.44 WHIP in 58.1 innings. It's not yet clear whether he'll remain in the organization if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Picks up sixth win

    Shaw (6-2) retired the only batter he faced to earn the win Wednesday over the Tigers. Shaw ended a threat after James Karinchak left with runners on the corners and two out. The Guardians' offense took over from there, posting a six-run rally in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Shaw his third win in his last 11 outings. The veteran reliever has allowed eight runs across 14.1 innings in that span, and for the season he owns a 5.36 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 38:21 K:BB with one save and six holds through 43.2 frames.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Tallies first save

    Shaw struck out two and threw a scoreless 10th inning to earn the save Thursday against the Tigers. Emmanuel Clase was unavailable to pitch after taking the mound in four of Cleveland's last five games. That gave Shaw the chance to earn his first save of the season. Shaw has a 5.10 ERA across 42.1 innings this season and has surrendered nine earned runs across his last 14 frames.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Gets another turn as opener

    Shaw is listed as the Guardians' starting pitcher for Sunday's game in Tampa Bay, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. While making his first start in 733 MLB appearances in Tuesday's loss to the Red Sox, Shaw covered 2.1 innings, so he's likely to work more than a traditional opener while he picks up his second start of the week. Even so, Shaw probably shouldn't be expected to work any more than 3-to-4 innings, so he'll have a tough time qualifying for the win unless the Guardians race out to an early lead and maintain it throughout. Kirk McCarty is the primary option to work in long relief behind Shaw and is a likelier candidate to factor into any decision.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Surrenders two runs in start

    Shaw pitched 2.1 innings, giving up two runs on three hits and a walk while striking out two in Tuesday's win over the Red Sox. He did not factor in the decision. Shaw made his first career "start" Tuesday, serving as an opener for primary pitcher Kirk McCarty. The right-hander pitched two clean innings before allowing three runners to reach base and a run to score before being replaced on the mound. Another run he was responsible for would come around to score after he exited the contest. Shaw has now allowed four runs on four hit and three walks over four frames his last two appearances. Since the beginning of July, the 34-year-old has seen his ERA rise from 5.11 to 5.45.
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  • Guardians' Bryan Shaw: Slated to open Tuesday's game

    Guardians manager Terry Francona said Shaw will serve as the team's opening pitcher in Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, Zack Meisel of The Athletic reports. The 34-year-old will be making his first big-league "start" after coming out of the bullpen for the first 732 appearances of his career. Since he hasn't tossed more than two innings at any point in 2022, Shaw is unlikely to make it even once through the order before Francona turns the game over to the bullpen. Meisel posits that Kirk McCarty will be recalled from Triple-A Columbus to serve as a primary pitcher behind Shaw.
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