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Red Sox Recall Matt Barnes From Triple-A, Option Travis Shaw To Pawtucket

The Boston Red Sox added another bullpen arm Saturday by recalling right-handed relief pitcher Matt Barnes from Triple-A Pawtucket, the team announced. Infielder Travis Shaw was assigned to the PawSox to make room for Barnes on the major league roster. Barnes has been recalled once already this season on April 25. He pitched two scoreless innings of relief in a 5-4 loss to the Baltimore...
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Travis Shaw, Cut By Red Sox, Entering 2015 With ‘Chip On My Shoulder’

Travis Shaw opened some eyes at Boston Red Sox spring training. His reward? A ticket to the minors. Shaw, who was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday, really had no chance to make the major league roster out of spring training, as the Red Sox are set at both first base (Mike Napoli) and third base (Pablo Sandoval). But being part of Boston’s first round of roster cuts...
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Sean Coyle, Travis Shaw Optioned As Red Sox Make First Round Of Cuts

This embed is invalid" /> The Boston Red Sox announced their first round of spring training roster cuts Wednesday. Infielders Sean Coyle and Travis Shaw were optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket before Wednesday’s game against the Minnesota Twins at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Fla. Right-handed pitchers Miguel Celestino, Keith Couch and Noe Ramirez, and...
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Sox Pare Down Roster With First Spring Cuts

Trimming Christmas trees is fun—trimming rosters is not. Yesterday, the Red Sox cut their Spring roster down from 57 to 51. Sean Coyle (2B) and Travis Shaw (1B) were optioned to AAA Pawtucket (soon to be Providence), while RHPs Miguel Celestino, Keith Couch, and Noe Ramirez were sent down to minor league camp. Veteran IF Bryan LaHair was also reassigned to the minor league facility...
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March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Travis Shaw A Red Sox Prospect Worth Keeping Eye On At Spring Training

This embed is invalid" /> If the Boston Red Sox learned anything over the last three seasons, it’s that things can change quickly. Roster construction is no exception. Travis Shaw, a 24-year-old corner infielder, enters 2015 without a clear path to the majors, and, as a middle-of-the-road prospect, there’s some question as to whether he’ll ever...
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Kids Put On A Show For Evil Ones, Win, 10-6

Travis Shaw Goes YardEven a meaningless Spring Training contest between the Red Sox and Evil Ones is special—if we win, that is. Such was the case this afternoon, as Boston beat The Pinstriped Posers, 10-6 at Concrete Bunker South in Tampa. The "kids" were the stars for The Carmine Hose—as first-base prospect Travis Shaw went 2-4—with a HR, double and three RBIs. Also knocking...
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March 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox Add Four To Forty-Man Roster

The Red Sox announced today that they've added four players to their 40-man roster—which is now full. The four are: Sean Coyle (2B), Eduardo Rodriguez (P), Travis Shaw (1B) and Blake Swihart (C). Today was the deadline for such assignments to protect players from the December Rule 5 Draft. If Boston makes any free-agent acquisitions, they will have to make corresponding deletions...
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November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Destination Red Sox Nation – 5/27/14

Destination Red Sox Nation is our look at how the minor league teams of the Boston Red Sox fare each night. Game story and box score links as well as links to team rosters, team stats and league standings can be found below. If you would like to listen to any of the Red Sox minor league affiliates’ games, offers them for free. To open the links up in a new tab or window...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox Promote Travis Shaw to AAA Pawtucket

With Ryan Lavarnway being promoted, the Pawtucket Red Sox were in dire need of a first baseman.
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May 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox Prospect Analysis: Travis Shaw

Last season in Portland, Travis Shaw had what some may consider a down year, but it was certainly a productive year for him nonetheless. He may not have batted over .300 like he did in Salem in 2012, and he may have batted .221, but there are some positives that can be taken away from his season. The power was still there for Shaw who managed to hit 16 homeruns, only a slight drop...
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March 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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