During the Father's Day weekend series, the Astros are featuring the jersey of Blue Jays second baseman Cavan Biggio, who is notably the son of Hall of Famer Craig Biggio.
Craig spent his entire 20-year career as a member of the Astros and is the all-time leader in games played in franchise history, playing the final eight years at Minute Maid Park - the current home of the club. Starting his career as a catcher before pivoting to second base and the outfield, Biggio posted a career .281/.363/.433 slash line with 291 home runs and 414 stolen bases before being inducted into Cooperstown in 2015.
"I know the ins and outs of that place," Cavan said prior to beginning his first series at Minute Maid Park as a big-leaguer, according to Rob Longley of the Toronto Sun. "It was home to me for so long. It's going to be cool for me and especially for my family."
Cavan, 24, got called up to the majors on May 24 and had his first multi-homer game Thursday against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. Over 15 career games, the second baseman owns a .178/.351/.378 slash line with three home runs and two stolen bases.