Mood swing batter batter! Watch this kid go through every emotion at baseball game

Hysterical Little Boy Shows Every Emotion While Watching MLB Game

Sports can bring out the best in people, no matter what age, but for one young Pittsburgh Pirates fan, America's pastime carried out everything he had inside him.

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The boy went through every emotion imaginable at Sunday's game as his beloved Pirates took on the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park in D.C.

The game, which went on for a whopping 18 innings, had the unnamed child cheering, screaming, slamming his hat on his seat and even crying.

Eventually, Pirate Starling Marte hit a solo home run to win the game 2-1.

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The kid in the stands was full of emotion, as someone hoisted him in the air and he cried tears of joy.

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Ron Santo, Chicago Cubs, 1961: $27,450.00

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Willie Mays, New York Giants, 1953: $34,900.000

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Rickey Henderson, Oakland Athletics, 1980: $35,000.00

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Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers, 1952: $45,000.00

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Frank Campos, Washington Senators, 1952: $50,000.00

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Babe Ruth, New York Yankees, 1923: $49,999.99

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Joe Torre, Atlanta Braves, 1962: $59,995.00

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Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves, 1991: $86,459.00

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Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees, 1933: $95,000.00

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Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees, 1936: $119,950.00

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Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, 1952: $250,000.00

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Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers, 1909-1911: $1,000,000.00

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