Baseball is considered our national pastime here in the U.S. It's a sport that fans are incredibly passionate about; and you'd be hard pressed to find fans more devoted and involved than Yankees fans.
That's especially true during critical moments - like the bottom of the 9th inning during a tied game with a runner on 2nd base when the person at bat could be the deciding factor.
That tension is the sort of moment baseball movies are built around.
Except literally none of that mattered at the recent Yankees/Astros game because the crowd was way too invested in the edge-of-your-seat action going on in the stands.
The athletes on the field paled in comparison to the raw talent on display in the seats.
That potentially game-changing hitter had nothing on the game-changing flipper who held the crowd in the palm of her little hand.
The grit, the guts, the glory.
We don't know the little girls name or age - but we do know she's an incredible athlete.
Her focus and commitment to the game, no matter how many rounds she lost, pulled the attention of crowd in her area away from the action in the outfield.
Baseball fans love a good come-from-behind win, so when she finally nailed a flip, the crowd went wild.
And Twitter is right there with them.
Though, some people wanted to point out that this clip is adorable, but doesn't exactly make baseball look interesting.
If the most exciting part of the most exciting inning of the game can be so easily overshadowed by a bored 3rd grader fidgeting with a water bottle ...
Our sincerest congrats to this kid for being a super rad bottle flipper and for making baseball more fun.
Being the MVP of a game you're not even playing in is a huge flex, kid.
We're into it.