League Baseball’s most famous fan has died. The Cleveland Guardians mourned the death of a fan who played drums in the outfield of their home stadium, Progressive Field.

The Cleveland team said on its official SNS on the 31st (Korean time) that it would express deep condolences to the death of John Adams, who played the drums and cheered for 50 years.

He continued, “Adams has been cheering for the Cleveland team by beating drums since they were at Cleveland Municipal Stadium.”

In addition, the Cleveland team deeply mourned the death of a special fan, saying, “You will be missed, Adams, but your legacy will live on forever.” 메이저놀이터

Cleveland’s drumming fan was widely known to domestic fans during the broadcast of Choo Shin-soo’s game in the past. During Cleveland’s offense, he beat the drum to boost the morale of the players.

It was in 1973 that the late Adams took his seat in the left outfield stands at Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The deceased supported Cleveland unanimously for 50 years.

In 2007, Adams threw out the first pitch for the Cleveland and New York Yankees in the American League Division Series (ALDS).

One regrettable thing is that Cleveland did not win while Adams cheered while beating the drum. Cleveland lost the 1995, 1997 and 2016 World Series.

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