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From the hospital to the stadium, how a young Astros fan, Waylen Young, beat leukemia and got to watch the ‘Stros [Video]

ATLANTA, Georgia (KTRK) — After watching the 2017 Astros World Series run in the hospital, a young boy beat leukemia and was able to catch the 2021 Astros World Series run in person.

As the Astros prepared for Game 4 of the World Series, their fans braved the weather to catch a glimpse and even a ball.

Each fan had their own reason why they wore orange into enemy territory."(I was) born in Houston, but we moved when I was two years old to Georgia," Astros fan Matthew Wilson explained. "That's where all my family is. I've just always been a fan."

Some fans were hooked thanks to a group of older players.

"It started in the 90s when we had the 'Killer Bees," Bobby Cornel said. "Back then, it was Bagwell, Biggio and Bell."

Other fans wear the orange for players representing a country.

"Because of Yuli," Patricia Soto …

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