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Craig Biggio spent his 20-year baseball career with the Houston Astros, where he was a 4-time Golden Glove winner and 5-time Silver Slugger winner. He amassed 3,060 career hits and was a 7-time All Star who won the Roberto Clemente award in 2007.

Gaylord Perry - 5-Time All-Star, 1972 AL Cy Young, 1978 NL Cy Young, 6th All-Time in Innings Pitched with 5,350.0, 8th All-Time in Strikeouts with 3,534, 9th All-Time in Games Started with 690, 7th All-Time in Batters Faced with 21,953, 6th All-Time in Putouts as P with 349, Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991

How I miss watching him play! Craig Biggio He played his entire 20-year baseball career with the Houston Astros (1988–2007). He ranks 20th all-time with 3,060 career hits, and is the ninth player in the 3000 hit club to get all his hits with the same team.

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Kurkjian: Biggio belongs in Cooperstown

Notable West University Place resident and retired Houston Astros player, Craig Biggio, is widely considered to be the best all around position player in club history. He ranks 21st all-time with 3,060 career hits and is a member of the Astros Hall of Fame. In addition, he holds the modern record for most times hit by a pitch in a career with 285. John #Daugherty, Realtors - #Houston, TX

Its a game of making great pitches at the right time, being opportunistic by getting a run at the right time and playing good defense. --Mike Candrea, coach, Team USA Like, Comment, Repin !!

Sandy Koufax played his entire 12-year career with the Dodgers before being forced to retire at the age of 30 due to arthritis in his left elbow. A three-time Cy Young winner ('63, '65, '66), his career won-lost record is 165-87. He was a seven time All-Star who was elected to the HOF at the ripe age of 36 years old!!

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Houston Astros Infographic for Craig Biggio's Hall of Fame campaign