(CNN)For a moment Saturday during the World Series, the Houston Astros, the Washington Nationals and their fans were united at Nationals Park.
Fans, players and officials took a quick break from the World Series to stand up to cancer
During the sixth inning of Game 4, fans and players stood for roughly a minute holding placards that read "I stand up for" with the name of a person, family or group of people affected by cancer written in the blank space.
Some folks held up one placard, others held up two and even three.
On his placard, Astros manager A.J. Hinch wrote the name of Cameron Gooch and his family. Cameron was a 10-year-old Astros fan who died of cancer last year. Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Cameron became an Astros player for a day, met the team, and Hinch later paid a special visit to his fourth-grade class.
"The Gooch family has been on my and [my] family's mind for a long time," Hinch told MLB.com. "My wife just talked to them the other day. It's at the forefront of our thoughts and prayers as this Astros season means a lot to fans, we always need to remember. Cameron was a great young kid, a diehard Astros fan and made an impact in my life and my family's life. Even though he's gone, I wanted to make sure he was remembered fondly in a big moment."