Saturday, January 30, 2021
Don Shaw pitched briefly for the Mets, Expos, and Cardinals from 1967-72.
He was signed by the Mets in 1965, and made his major-league debut in April 1967. Don appeared in 40 games (all in relief) in his rookie season, and was the only lefthander in the bullpen.
Shaw spent most of 1968 in triple-A, with 5 of his 7 MLB games coming in September.
He was selected by the Expos in the expansion draft, and pitched 34 games in relief, 1 start, and 7 games in triple-A.
Don was in the minors for all of 1970, moving to the Cardinals’ organization in May. He returned to the majors in 1971, pitching 45 games out of the Cardinals’ bullpen.
Shaw made 8 appearances for St Louis in 1972, then was traded to the Athletics in mid-May. After 3 games with the A’s, he was sent down for the remainder of the season.
The following spring he was traded to the Tigers, but played all of 1973 in the minors before retiring.