Teams have been scrambling for relief pitchers this offseason, and the Rockies jumped on one of their main targets Tuesday, adding right-hander Bryan Shaw, and then turned around Wednesday and agreed to a deal with left-hander Jake McGee.According to, the Rockies got Shaw, 30, ona three-year deal worth nearly $9 million a season. MLB Network was the first to reportMcGee, 31, would return to the Rockies, for whom he’s pitched the past two seasons, with FanRag Sports reporting it’s a three-year deal with a fourth-year Nelson Cruz Jersey option. No terms of the deal were reported.Improving the bullpen promised to be one of the Rockies’ main focuses this offseason, as they try to strengthen their roster for postseason succe s. Currently without a closer, Coloradoalso could try to bring back free agent Greg Holland after he recorded 41 saves for them last season.Shaw spentthe last five yearswith the Indians, helping them reach the 2016 World Series. He is 23-28 lifetime with a 3.13 ERA, 11 saves and 398 strikeouts.McGee had a 3.61 ERA in 62 appearances in 2017, going 0-2 with three savesbut averaging a strikeout per inning (58 in 57 1/3 innings) with a 1.10 WHIP.