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Security Hologram - BM126916

Craig Biggio - Jeff Bagwell - HOU

May 30, 2001

Qualcomm Stadium

Game used ball from milestone game:

Game-Used Ball from May 30, 2001 Astros at Padres.

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The Astros visited the Padres in San Diego for a battle between National League rivals. Craig Biggio recognized the importance of an early lead and hit the second pitch of the game out of the park for a home run to give the Astros an early 1-0 lead. Brad Ausmus followed up with a single, as did Jeff Bagwell to put runners on first and second with no outs. The next three batters made outs to end the inning. In the second inning, when Biggio batted again, he had runners on every base. He again hit the second pitch of the at-bat, this time to centerfield for a sacrifice fly, and tied the game when Charlie Hayes scored. Two batters later, Jeff Bagwell gave the Astros a 3-2 lead when he hit a single and drove home Julio Lugo. Houston scored three more runs in the inning, to take a 6-2 lead from a Lance Berkman single, and a Moises Alou double that scored two runners, including Jeff Bagwell. San Diego made it a 6-2 game in the third, but that was all San Diego could put on the board; as Houston went on to win 7-4. This ball is game used from the May 30, 2001 game between the Astros and Padres, but is not attributed to a specific play.

Game Info

Start Time:

7:06 PM

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70 degrees, Sunny.


Wind 5mph out to right field.


HP - Mark Wegner, 1B - Laz Diaz, 2B - Rick Reed, 3B - Al Clark.


Astros 7, Padres 4

Winning Pitcher:

Wade Miller (7-2)

Losing Pitcher:

Bobby Jones (2-7)


Craig Biggio 1 for 4, HR, 2RBI Jeff Bagwell 2 for 5, RBI

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Player Bio

Craig Biggio Jeff Bagwell
Born December 14, 1965 May 27, 1968
Debut June 26, 1988 April 8, 1991
Bats Right Right
Throws Right Right
Height, Weight 5-11, 185lb 6-0, 195lb
• Nickname: Bidge

• Houston Astros 1st round draft (22nd) pick of 1987 MLB June Amateur Draft

• 7x All-Star (1991, 1992, 1994-1998)

• 5x Silver Slugger Award (1989, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998)

• 4x Gold Glove Award (1994-1997)

• 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (third ballot, 82.7% votes)

• Nickname: Baggy, BagPipes

• Boston Red Sox 4th round draft pick of 1989 MLB June Amateur Draft

• 1991 NL Rookie of the Year

• 1994 NL MVP

• 4x All-Star (1994, 1996, 1997, 1999)

• 1994 Gold Glove Award 

• 3x Silver Slugger Award (1994, 1997, 1999)

• 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (seventh ballot, 86.2% votes)

Artist Monty Sheldon Painted on 11/14/18 and is number BM126916