A young fan changed the jersey of an A and revealed that he recently wore an Astros jersey in an A-Astros game underneath a souvenir ball.
WTF. This kid is malicious. pic.twitter.com/eJRoOZ0AGh
– Jessica Kleinschmidt (@KleinschmidtJD) July 24, 2019
It worked. The clip became viral.
We were curious to see what kind of excitement a child had online, and found that he and his mother were simple but passionate fans of both teams.
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He did not know how much attention the short clip would receive.
Daniel was not sure why he had come on the scene, but his friend had an A-shirt and he has done it before.
"About 50 times," said his mother, Tandy. "More than 50 times."
The Harris family had been a season ticket holder since Daniel was just two years old.
But Daniel just did it out of fandom. There is nothing hard or bad behind it, even if some comments on the internet suggest this.
And his mother admitted, when he threw the A jersey on the floor, he showed himself a little bit for his friends who were present. He had never done that part before.
"I was excited," Daniel added.
"Normally he would just have caught the ball and sat down and it would be done," Tandy said. "Then his friend was like & # 39; I want you to trick the A & # 39; s and then take off your shirt and be like that – Hey, I'm really an Astros fan."
A simple joke.
"It was not aggression," Tandy said. "He made an appearance for his friend."
"We are Astros lifters," said his mother Tandy to NBC Sports California. But she also said that the family was connected to the A – huge supporters of the team.
"Ironically," she added. I could hear her smile over the phone.
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Tandy added that the family had personal relationships with some of the Astros players and laughed when she added that she was associated with the "wretched [Astros] Lifers".