CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – As a youngster growing up in the 1990’s in North Central Ohio, J.B. Shuck used to make the hour and 15 minute trek up to Jacob’s Field to watch his favorite team, the Cleveland Indians.
Particularly, Shuck used to model himself after his favorite Tribe player in the 90’s, Kenny Lofton.
In fact, where Shuck would sit in the stands was no coincidence.
“We used to go buy five dollar bleacher seats, and we’d sit all the way as far as you could toward center field,” Shuck said. “I loved being out there. Everybody on that team was fun to watch.”
On Saturday, his trip to Progressive Field was a bit different from the ones he made in the 90’s. After being acquired by the Tribe in a trade with the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, Shuck entered the clubhouse for the first time as a…
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