Girl successfully trades box of Thin Mints for football at XFL game

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ST. LOUIS, MO - FEBRUARY 23: Casey Sayles #90 of the St. Louis BattleHawks fulfilled a wish from a young fan holding a sign saying she would trade a box of Girl Scout Thin Mints for a Battlehawks football. The exchange happened during the XFL game against the New York Guardians at The Dome at America's Center on February 23, 2020 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Scott Rovak/XFL via Getty Images)
Seems like a fair trade. (Scott Rovak/XFL via Getty Images)

If MLB star Bryce Harper is any indication, humongous professional athletes all enjoy themselves a nice box of Girl Scout cookies.

One young fan of the St. Louis Battlehawks decided to leverage that weakness at the team’s XFL home opener on Sunday against the New York Guardians.

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And wouldn’t you know it, Battlehawks defensive lineman Casey Sayles took her up on it. That’s a well-earned XFL-brand ball, and maybe something young fans out there want to copy if they want a leg up on souvenirs.

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That girl was one of 29,554 St. Louis fans to turn out for the Battlehawks, the highest attendance the league has seen in its existence. That will surely be a surprise to Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke.

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