Travis Shaw’s future — like everyone else on the Boston Red Sox — is uncertain.
As the team closes out what could be its third losing season in the past four years, changes will almost definitely be made. But Shaw isn’t worried about next season: he’s just enjoying the here and now.
The 25-year-old rookie first baseman added three more hits to his resume Tuesday, including a single that drove home both of Boston’s runs in an eventual 5-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. It was his 14th multi-hit effort in 53 games, and the seventh time he’s recorded three or more hits.
For his part, he’s grateful to have the opportunity to bat behind David Ortiz and drive in players like Mookie Betts and Xander Bogaerts. Shaw talked about that on NESN’s “Red Sox Final.” Check it out in the video above.
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