CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The Cleveland Guardians are recognizing a long-time stadium fixture with a replica bronze drum that will be displayed in Heritage Park.
In honor of supporting the team with his drumming for 50 years, the Cleveland Guardians inducted John Adams into the Distinguished Hall of Fame.
Adams first debuted his bass drum on Aug. 24, 1973 at Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
Although Adams he has attended more then 3,700 games, health issues have caused him to miss the last two season openers.
The bronze drum meant as a legacy gift to Adams’ support was commissioned for Cleveland-area sculptor David Deming.
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