Ex-teammates Bagwell, Ausmus also at service
Astros owner Drayton McLane, general manager Gerry Hunsicker and manager Phil Garner were at the service at Second Baptist Church, as were San Diego owner John Moores and GM Kevin Towers.
Caminiti died last Sunday in New York at 41. Tests are being conducted to determine the cause of death for the 1996 NL MVP. A source in the New York City police department told ESPN's Jeremy Schaap that Caminiti died from a drug overdose, according to preliminary results of his autopsy.
Caminiti spent most of his 15-year career with the Astros and Padres. He made his major league debut with Houston in 1987.
"He took me under his wing when I got here," Bagwell said.
"Before I went to sleep last night, I was talking to my wife about our time together," the first baseman said. "I have nothing but great memories of Cammy -- nothing bad. If you say negative things about him, you obviously didn't know him."
Bagwell and Ausmus were late to the Astros' afternoon workout at Minute Maid Park and Biggio was absent.
The Astros plan to honor Caminiti before Game 3 of the NL championship series Saturday. There will be a moment of silence and a video tribute, and a spotlight shining outside the ballpark shows his No. 11.
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