I'm all about kids catching foul balls. As a matter of fact, my favorite unwritten rule is adult baseball fans (unless you catch Barry Bonds' 763rd career home run) should always give the ball to kids.
But then there's this youngster who, during the Astros' 4-2 win over the A's on Wednesday, shows you should do everything in your power to get what you want -- that means, showing your loyalties with a touch of betrayal:
The NBC Sports California broadcast team heard there were some "shenanigans" going on between a trio of Astros fans in the seats, and it turns out they were right.
A young fan sporting an A's shirsey grabbed a souvenir ball from a member of the A's, then he turned around, takes off the green and gold to reveal he's WEARING AN ASTROS SHIRT UNDERNEATH IT.
To add to the savagery, he throws down the A's shirt and runs back to his seat with the other young fans who appeared to be impressed with the entire scene.
Oh, and the A's were upset about it, too.
the betrayal— Oakland A's (@Athletics) July 24, 2019
Trust no one.
But also, I appreciate the dedication.