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5/3/14 Los Angeles Angels optioned LF J.B. Shuck to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
4/9/14 Los Angeles Angels called up LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
3/29/14 Los Angeles Angels optioned LF J.B. Shuck to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
11/22/13 Analysis
4/13/13 Los Angeles Angels called up LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
4/12/13 Los Angeles Angels optioned LF J.B. Shuck to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
3/30/13 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
11/15/12 Los Angeles Angels signed LF J.B. Shuck.
11/2/12 Houston Astros outrighted LF J.B. Shuck from the 40-man roster.
10/4/12 Houston Astros called up LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
4/3/12 Houston Astros optioned LF J.B. Shuck to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
9/2/11 Houston Astros called up LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
8/25/11 Houston Astros optioned LF J.B. Shuck to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
8/5/11 Houston Astros selected the contract of LF J.B. Shuck from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis
1/12/11 Houston Astros assigned LF J.B. Shuck to the major league roster.
3/13/10 Houston Astros assigned LF J.B. Shuck to the major league roster.

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