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23:25  26 may  2019
23:25  26 may  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Hall of Famer Biggio celebrates son's 1st MLB home run© John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Craig Biggio is a Hall of Famer who’s had many memorable moments over the course of his life and career, but Sunday’s events may have been a new high for him.

Biggio was in the stands in Toronto as his son, Cavan, played in his first series at the MLB level. Cavan Biggio got his first MLB hit in his first at-bat on Sunday, then followed it up one plate appearance later with his first MLB home run.

Biggio and the family could be seen smiling and applauding in the stands as Cavan rounded the bases in a moment they’ll surely never forget.

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