Biggio Will Retire After Season

The 41-year-old Biggio is batting .247 with 24 doubles, five homers and 31 R-B-Is. He started the day with three-thousand-and-14 hits. That's six shy of tying Rafael Palmeiro for 23rd place on the career list.

Biggio has played his entire major league career with the Astros, becoming the longest-tenured player in franchise history. He's the only player in major league history with 600 doubles, 250 homers, three-thousand hits and 400 steals.