What do you do when you are a kid at a baseball game and your team, the Texas Rangers, have won 41 of 63 games? You flex your muscles for the rest of the league to see.
This kid puts on a show, admiring and kissing his bicep. He waves to the camera, and when the TV feed comes back a second time, he returns to flexing.
It turns out the moment is not all a coincidence. The boy's uncle is a Fox Sports Southwest cameraman. When the TV crew realizes, they move to a shot of the uncle at his camera, and he flexes too.
Maybe the kid is just a big Colin Kaepernick fan, although, the 49ers are 1-2 and the Rangers are 84-72. The Rangers are going to likely going to win the A.L. West. The 49ers are not likely to win the NFC West.
And some believe Kaepernick got this move from Scott (Big Poppa Pump) Steiner:
Also, give this kid a lot of credit. Although Ian Kinsler is no longer a Ranger, the kid wore the jersey to the right game. Kinsler plays for the Tigers, who beat the Rangers, 7-4, on Monday night.
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