Craig Biggio records his 3,000th hit in win over the Colorado Rockies
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“In ninth grade, I didn’t want to play baseball. I was more into football. The baseball team was bad, and the season had started, and I wanted to quit. My father said, ‘You finish what you start,’” Biggio told Sports Illustrated in 1996.
Playing with intensity and toughness, the catcher-turned-four-time Gold Glove Award-winning second baseman gave all that he had to the game of baseball and the city of Houston.
Cady Lowery was a public relations intern in the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Craig Biggio visits Cooperstown
Craig Biggio savored his Hall of Fame Orientation Tour.
Humble Bagwell treasures Hall of Fame tour
Four months away from his induction, Jeff Bagwell visited his new home in Cooperstown.
Sutton signs with Astros
After establishing himself as the winningest pitcher in Dodgers' franchise history, Don Sutton signed with the Astros in Dec. 1980.