By Heidi Glaus
St. Louis (KSDK) - It's not exactly a hall of fame, but rather a hall of memories tacked and taped to practically every inch of wall space. It's something you might expect from a 15-year-old boy, not a 15-year-old girl.
"This ticket right here it was the last game at the old stadium. I've kept every ticket since then," explained Jennifer Rubin.
Tickets as well as anything and everything else Red Bird related.
"I'm the biggest Yadier Molina fan and I went down yelling for him trying to get his attention and he looks up and waves to me. I thought it was the coolest thing," Rubin said.
"I knew she loved it, but she's taking it to a whole new level," added her mother, Sarah Rubin.
Her mom probably should have seen this coming, I mean her dad took her to her first game when she was only six weeks old. Of course she doesn't remember a thing about it.
"No I don't, but we won that game so it was a good start," Rubin pointed out.
The thing is, it's not just the stuff she can also rattle off statistics.
"David Freese came out of nowhere. He was hitting about average 290 something like that in the regular season and all of a sudden he was on fire," Rubin explained.
"It amazes me the stuff that comes out of her. I'm like how do you know that," her mom said.
So, like most 15-year-old girls she is boy crazy, she's simply crazy for a certain team of them.
And for the record, like her female classmates, she too likes the mall.
"I like the sports stores in the malls," Rubin added.