Biggio, who played all 20 of his Major League seasons in Houston, fell two votes shy of induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in January, receiving 74.8 percent of the vote.
He finished his career with 3,060 hits, 668 doubles, 291 home runs, 1,175 RBIs, 1,161 walks, 414 stolen bases and 1,844 runs. He is the only player in Major League history to reach 600 doubles, 250 homers, 3,000 hits and 400 stolen bases.
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