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Astros Craig Biggio Hall of Fame Inductee
Craig Biggio Inducted into the Hall of Fame Today!
Craig Biggio 3,060 Career Hits
Craig Biggio, who played all 20 seasons in the big leagues in an Astros uniform and amassed 3,060 hits in his amazing career, was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday afternoon in voting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Biggio, in his third year on the ballot, received 82.7 percent of the vote and will become the first player who played his entire career in Houston to make the Hall. Biggio, 49, will be enshrined in Cooperstown, N.Y., on July 26, along with pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz.
"Being a part of the organization for 25, going on 26 years as far as being a part of the front office, I love this city, I love this town and I love this organization," Biggio said. "It's always been about that. ... I tell you, I have no regrets in my career. I played the game hard, I played the game right. It was always about the team. It was always about winning and getting to the World Series."
Biggio said he was a nervous wreck Tuesday morning until a got the call from the Hall of Fame at noon.
"I was too antsy, nervous and excited," he said. "I went for a walk for a couple of miles. I came back and threw [batting practice] to [his sons], and then got a phone call at noon time that will forever change my life and my family's life, but it was very, very overwhelming and emotional."
Craig Biggio was a Moneyball Hitter
Craig Biggio has been inducted into the Hall of Fame as one of the best hitting second baseman of all time. He was not a big guy, but his hitting technique made him stand out from all the rest!
Presenter-Mike Huber- Lead Columnist and Hitting Specialist at Moneyball Hitter Magazine www.moneyballhitter.com
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