DETROIT (WXYZ) -
Dashiell Crispen is only 6 years old and he’s a Tigers super fan.
That doesn’t seem like a big deal until you hear that he lives in San Francisco and his dad is a devoted Giants fan.
Father and son are here in Detroit to see the World Series after Dean Crispen, Dashiell’s father, got hooked up by his neighbor, who works for StubHub.
Crispen’s neighbor was so taken by Crispen’s story that he not only got him game tickets, he also helped with airfare.
Dean and Dashiell also went to the Lions on Sunday and the team’s thrilling victory.
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