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The guys in the second row
Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell seem to be having a lot of fun watching the Astros' playoff run.
Next time you watch a home Astros playoff game on TV, take a look at the fans sitting behind home plate.
You might see some familiar faces in the second row.
Two guys who played together for 15 seasons and combined for 5,374 hits, 740 home runs, 11 All-Star selections, and two plaques in Cooperstown.
Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell — the "Killer B's" — are the most enduring links to the Astros' past. They took this franchise to the World Series for the first time, and up until the team's run over the past decade, they helped Houston climb higher than ever before.
They seem to be having a lot of fun watching their old team play. Here they are witnessing Yordan Alvarez's Game 1 walkoff home run against the Mariners in the American League Division Series.
They were back in their seats for Game 2, as well, to watch Houston take a 2-0 series lead.
Biggio and Bagwell have had an added reason for wanting to watch Houston face off against Seattle — their former teammate Scott Servais is the Mariners' manager.
But given their reaction to Alvarez's home run, it's pretty clear where their loyalties are.