Did the NFL’s uniform police invade Major League Baseball? Astros’ veteran Craig Biggio is hopping mad about a league order asking him not to wear a pin on his cap during spring training. He does it so his baseball cards and photos picture him supporting a children’s cancer charity.
For 20 years, Houston Astros’ infielder Craig Biggio has put a small yellow pin on his cap during spring training and pre-game practice during the season.
It’s a shout out to the thousands of kids he represents as National Spokesperson for the Sunshine Kids, an organization that helps kids deal with cancer.
Players aren’t supposed to do it, but no one has said anything–until now.