Craig Biggio records his 3,000th hit in win over the Colorado Rockies
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“In ninth grade, I didn’t want to play baseball. I was more into football. The baseball team was bad, and the season had started, and I wanted to quit. My father said, ‘You finish what you start,’” Biggio told Sports Illustrated in 1996.
Playing with intensity and toughness, the catcher-turned-four-time Gold Glove Award-winning second baseman gave all that he had to the game of baseball and the city of Houston.
Cady Lowery was a public relations intern in the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum