• Baseball's learning process served Biggio well

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Jan 9, 2014
    If anyone was up for this kind of challenge, it was Biggio. Biggio probably is a top 15 second baseman, all-time. "After games, a bunch of guys would hang around the clubhouse and talk and tell stories," Biggio said. Biggio topped voting at 68 percent last year in his first appearance, when members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America failed to elect anyone for only the second time in four decades. Biggio missed the 75-percent cutoff point of 429, tying Nellie Fox in 1985 and Pie Traynor in 194...
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    • Biggio just misses Hall cut; Piazza left out again

      NEW YORK (AP) - Craig Biggio barely came up short, so he'll be back next year. Jack Morris' outing is over, and he went the distance again.
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    • Craig Biggio waits for Hall because of two votes — and you won’t believe the reasons

      It's one vote. How much could it possibly matter? That was one of the reactions after MLB.com's Ken Gurnick revealed that he voted only for Jack Morris for the Hall of Fame, citing an unwillingness to check the name of anybody from "the PED era.&qu…
    • Craig Biggio: ‘Disappointed to come that close’

      Craig Biggio, who fell two votes shy of making the Hall-of-Fame didn’t meet with the media on Wednesday but issued this statement through the Astros: “Congratulations to Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas. Obviously, I’m disappointed to come that…
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    • Maddux, Glavine and Thomas elected to Hall

      Craig Biggio fell two votes short of election to the Hall of Fame. Here's how all 35 players did on this year's ballot.
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  • Craig Biggio, Blank Ballots, and the Deeply Flawed Hall of Fame Voting Process

    Three players will be inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame this summer, as voters elected Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, and Frank Thomas on Wednesday. But t...
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  • Shane Reynolds, Billy Wagner voice support for Bagwell, Biggio

    Former Astros pitchers Shane Reynolds and Billy Wagner are both coaching high school baseball these days, and both will be paying attention on Wednesday. They want to see former teammates Biggio and Jeff Bagwell land in Cooperstown. “I’m following it, I…
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