CRAIG BIGGIO. In 20 seasons with the Houston Astros (1988-2007) Craig Biggio has rewritten the record books. He holds club records for seasons played (20), games (2,850), consecutive games (494), at bats (10,876), runs scored (1,844), hits (3,060), singles (2,046) and doubles (668). Biggio also holds the team record for number of All-Star Games played in with seven. He won Gold Glove Awards at second base in 1994, 1995, 1996 & 1997 and has also played catcher and outfield. Biggio and longtime teammate Jeff Bagwell led the Astros to four NL Central titles in 1997, 1998, 1999 & 2001. In 2004 the Astros captured the NL Wild Card and won their first playoff series ever by defeating the Atlanta Braves in the NL Divisional Playoffs. The Astros' 2004 season ended with a loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in game 7 of the National League Championship Series. Although they lost to the Chicago White Sox, in 2005 the Astros became the first team from Texas to play in the World Series. He announced his retirement on July 24, 2007 to be effective at the end of the season. Biggio was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2004.