Flight passengers soar with Astros #DugoutStareChallenge

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The Astros' signature celebration is not limited to ground level, as exhibit by this video.

It all started with star third baseman Alex Bregman after the Astros soundly beat Seattle last week. Afterwards, the team created a hashtag craze that seems to have caught fire online.

Last Wednesday, Bregman and his teammates collectively stared into AT&T SportsNet's dugout camera: part tough guys and part "Blue Steel."

But after the full team joined in on the fixed-stare fun, Bregman asked the Astros faithful on Twitter to use the hashtag #DugoutStareChallenge to do their own takes on the meme.

The latest dugout stare challenge took place at 37,000 feet, as the team flew back from a weekend playing in Anaheim, California. Passengers on the packed plane, including H-E-B's Scott McClelland, paused to stare down the camera. If you look closely, you can even see a baby taking part in the challenge!
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