all star break
Craig Biggio delayed the All-Star break for a few innings with a 9th inning pinch hit sacrifice fly which tied the game, but St. Louis struck again and eventually won 7-5 in 12 innings. Biggio's sacrifice fly was the 75th of his career, but he's still 54 short of that record (but they've only been separately tracking sacrifice flies for around 50 years).
But, the All-Star break is now upon us so we'll have to wait until Thursday for Craig Biggio to resume his historic chase for the all time hit by pitch record when the Astros will be travelling to Florida to face the Marlins.
Biggio has never been plunked on July 10th, but Lance Painter hit him on July 11, 1998 and Kip Wells hit him on July 12, 2003.