Cleveland Indians reliever Bryan Shaw works against the New York Yankees in game five of the AMerican League Division Series on October 11, 2017. (Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)
The reinforcements are starting to arrive.
The Colorado Rockies have reportedly taken a big step towards bolstering their bullpen, agreeging to a three-year deal with right-hander Bryan Shaw.
Shaw spent the last five seasons with the Cleveland Indians, serving as the primary set-up man. He was 21-22 with a 3.11 ERA during his time with Cleveland, with 333 strikeouts and 119 walks in 358-and-two-thirds innings.
Shaw reportedly gets a three-year worth around $27 million.
Sources: Bryan Shaw's deal with the Rockies is for three years, for something in the range of $9 million annually.— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) December 13, 2017
Are you glad to see Bryan Shaw go? Or will you miss him in Cleveland? https://t.co/tOjoibMqw1— clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) December 13, 2017