The tribute is scheduled for Saturday's NLCS game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
It will feature a video tribute and a moment of silence. There also was a moment of silence before Wednesday's Game 1 in St. Louis.
The slugging Gold Glove third baseman was the 1996 National
League MVP with the San Diego Padres. He played for the Astros
twice over a 15-year career in which he struggled with substance
abuse and legal troubles.
Caminiti failed four drug tests during his probation for a 2002
cocaine possession conviction. He served 189 days in jail and drug
treatment programs before his release earlier this month.
A ruling is still pending on what killed the 41-year-old
Caminiti, but his agent says he apparently died of a heart attack.