7 most prized possessions of a Houston Astros superfan

HOUSTON – Chris Wiggin is what you might call a Houston Astros superfan. Not because he has a ton of collectibles or a long season ticket history, but because of his unwavering support for the team at nearly every home game. 

You might recognize Wiggin, who also goes by H-Town Wiggy, from his signature chain. That's not his only prized Astros-related possession, but it's a perfect place to start.

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Check out some of Wiggin's coolest Astros items:

Homemade Astros chain

This is his first year sporting a higher-end design. The entire medallion is a custom piece made out of wood and includes a blue back light. Wiggin wore it to Opening Day where its first signature became that of team owner Jim Crane.

His original chain was made out of foam and he wore it for about three full seasons.

ALCS Game 7 Confetti

When the Astros clinched the American League Championship Series, the team was showered with confetti. Wiggin managed to get a few pieces of the shiny stuff.

He does not plan to keep it in a plastic baggy but will do something more worthy of what it represents and the memories he now has from being at that game.

Homemade Poster

When Alex Bregman, Joe Musgrove, Teoscar Hernandez, Yuli Gurriel and Chris Devenski all began their rookie season at the same time on the Astros, Wiggin was inspired. He took an old New Kids On The Block poster and superimposed all five of their faces.

He also managed to get all of their signatures. "They all loved it. They thought it was the best thing in the world," he said.

Signed Biggio & Bagwell Baseball

One ball, two Hall of Fame signatures. Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell are the first and second Astros Hall of Famers.

Wiggin had a special shadow box with the teammates' photos and the Baseball Hall of Fame logo made to store his prized possession with both Killer B's signatures.

Biggio Bobblehead

An original bobblehead of Astros great Craig Biggio.

The Legends of the Diamond limited edition collectible is not the oldest bobblehead in his Astros collection, but certainly close to it.

Biggio is clad in the brick red and black uniform.

The bobblehead is still in the original packaging with a clear plastic front, so Biggio is visible.

Attendance Bat from the Astros

The Louisville Slugger baseball bat is given to Houston Astros season ticket holders who make it out to nearly every home game during the year. Wiggin's bat is inscribed with his name and the 2017 season.

Wiggin is especially proud of this gift from his favorite baseball team because it embodies his commitment.

A Miniature Jobu

For those that haven't seen the 1989 movie, 'Major League,' this one may seem a bit strange. For those that have, they may question it because it's tied to the Cleveland Indians. However, this little guy came with Wiggin to Games 6 and 7 of the ALCS.

At both games, Wiggin made sure it had a shot of rum all to itself (another reference to the movie). The Astros won both games.

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