Travis Shaw
30-Year-Old Third Baseman3B
Toronto Blue Jays
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Shaw took a massive step backward in 2019 after posting back-to-back 30-homer campaigns in 2017 and 2018. The third baseman struggled out of the gates, hitting .163 through 40 games before landing on the IL in May with a wrist injury. After he failed to turn things around following his return, Shaw was sent to the minors at the end of June and replaced at second base by Keston Hiura. Shaw never regained hold of a starting job and finished the season with career worsts in just about every category, including average (.157), OPS (.551), home runs (seven), RBI (13) and strikeout rate (33%). The spike in strikeout rate is particularly concerning, as he had an 18.4 K% in 2018 and has a 23.4 K% for his career. He received a one-year, $4 million deal from Toronto and the plan is for him to play close to every day at first base. Read Past Outlooks
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