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'Hero' in Houston Bought Beers For Entire Section After Predicting Home Run

Eddie Flores bought beers for "seven rows straight" after back-to-back Houston Astros home runs.

October 08, 2018 - 1:46 pm
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Houston Astros fans in section 103 at Minute Maid Park were going nuts for multiple reasons after their team hit back-to-back home runs in Game 1 of the ALDS, Friday. A fan in that section promised to buy beers for everyone if outfielder George Spring led off the fifth inning with a home run. 

He did it and the fan kept his word. 

Eddie Flores bought beers for "seven rows straight" which cost more than $300, reported by the Houston Chronicle. 

He picked up the tab again when the next batter, Jose Altuve hit another home run. 

One of the beneficiaries of Flores' called shot was Charles Adams, who tweeted a photo of Flores' generosity. 

Flores was also at Saturday's game too, which ended in Houston taking a 2-0 series lead over the Cleveland Indians. People were coming over to shake his hand and hug him throughout the game:

Houston will go for a series sweep on Monday afternoon, in Cleveland.