Originally Posted by A. Cavatica
What about the year after that? Do you think Biggio has a chance to make it three in a row?
Maybe he gets in the first time as a catcher, the second time at 2B, and third in the outfield.
Shame the guy didn't get in. 20 years with the same team, 3,060 hits, lifetime .281 hitter, 4 Gold Gloves, 5 Silver Sluggers, 7 All-Star teams.
An interesting stat for him: First player in MLB history to play an entire 162-game schedule and never hit into a double play (did it in 1997).