Craig Biggio

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — It’s yet another nice milestone Adam Dunn can reflect on later in his career.

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Lance Berkman dreaded coming to Wrigley Field as a player.

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Frank Thomas said the "first thing" he noticed upon seeing the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame voting results was Craig Biggio falling 0.2 percent shy of joining him, Greg Maddux and Tom Glavi

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It can’t get much bigger for the ‘Big Hurt.’

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Beyond all the numbers – 355 wins, 3,371 strikeouts, 18 Gold Gloves – here’s another way to measure his career: The outrage over Greg Maddux not getting 100 percent of the Hall of Fame vote.

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