Milwaukee third baseman Travis Shaw needed to be helped off the field Wednesday after dislocating his left shoulder in the second inning of the Brewers’ road game against the Cincinnati Reds.
Shaw attempted to make a diving play on a Jonathan India RBI grounder but stayed on the ground after he was unable to field the ball. The team brought out a cart, but Shaw eventually was able to walk off the field with two trainers, one of them holding his left arm in position.
Reports said Shaw had an air cast around the arm as well.
Shaw, 31, is batting .191 with six home runs and 28 RBIs through 56 games this season. He is in his second stint in Milwaukee, where he spent three seasons from 2017-19, after playing for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2020.
Shaw began his major league career in Boston, appearing for the Red Sox in 2015 and 2016.
–Field Level Media