Craig Biggio is an American former second baseman, outfielder, and catcher in Major League Baseball who played his entire career from 1988 through 2007 for the Houston Astros.
Biggio, who batted .300 four times and scored 100 runs multiple times, holds Astros establishment records for most vocation games, at-bats, hits, runs scored, pairs, absolute bases (4,711), and additional fair hits (1,014), and positions second in runs batted in (1,175), strolls (1,160) and taken bases (414).
He additionally holds the NL record for most times beginning a game with a grand slam (53) and is one of just five players with 250 homers and 400 takes.
A four-time Gold Glove Award victor who drove NL second basemen in helps multiple times and putouts multiple times, he resigned positioning fourth in NL history in games at a respectable halfway point (1,989), 6th in bits of help (5,448), and handling rate (.984), seventh in putouts (3,992) and twofold plays (1,153), and eighth incomplete possibilities (9,596).
He was the 10th player in the 3,000 hit club to gather every one of his hits with one group.
Biggio likewise drove the NL in times hit by a pitch multiple times, with his vocation complete of 285 following just Hughie Jennings’ 287 insignificant association history.
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Biggio has been a Special Assistant to the General Manager for the Astros (as of 2019).
Is Craig Biggio a Hall of Famer?
Yes, Craig Biggio is a Hall of Famer. Biggio was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2015.