Andrew Shaw’s brother works for the Cubs, but doesn’t play baseball

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Andrew Shaw’s brother, Josh, works at Wrigley Field, but not in the concession stands. Josh Shaw is a construction worker helping with the renovations to the 101-year-old field.

The Shaw brothers might not be in the same profession, but they do share the same work ethic and love for life.

Josh wakes up every morning at 5 a.m. to head to work on Wrigley Field, and Andrew told Comcast Sports he encourages his brother’s lifestyle.

It’s tough to see him work so much. But when he’s being so successful and having fun with it at the same time, I’m just happy for him.

h/t Comcast Sports

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