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Biggio and Bagwell throw out Game 7 ceremonial first pitches

The 'Killer Bs,' as they were known came back to Minute Maid Park, along with Matthew McConaughey, who called out, 'Play Ball'
Credit: AP
Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio throw out the ceremonial first pitches before Game 7 of the baseball World Series between the Houston Astros and the Washington Nationals Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

HOUSTON — Two of Houston’s all-time favorite people got World Series Game 7 started tonight.

Hall of Famers and Astros legends Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell through out the ceremonial first pitches before the deciding game in the 2017 World Series between Houston and Washington.

The series is tied at three games apiece, with visiting teams winning each game.

Biggio and Bagwell both spent their entire careers with the Astros. Biggio played from 1988 until 2007.  Bagwell played from 1991 until 2005.   Bagwell is the Astros leader in home runs with 449.  Biggio is the all-time leader in hits at 3060.

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Biggio and Bagwell weren’t the only Texas legends in the pregame.  Texan Matthew McConaughey announced ‘Play ball’ before the game, replacing Deshaun Watson, who was traveling with the Texans to London.