"It's nice to have him as a resource," Biggio said. "Growing up I didn't become a second baseman on purpose, this is where I ended up. I was a shortstop, third baseman, outfielder growing up, and professionally I'm here playing second base."
"He put up incredible numbers offensively, but he was also a smart player, a really good defensive player, a great baserunner and he played the game the right way," Biggio said. "I'm so very proud to have played with him for so many years. We were able to change the culture in Houston. Our goal was to win, and Baggy was a major reason for our success."