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Notable moments and numbers in Jeff Bagwell's career

Jeff Bagwell is up for election into the Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2017. Take a look back at some of the notable moments and numbers from the former Astros first baseman's career.

Jeff Bagwell's career .940 on-base plus slugging percentage
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Jeff Bagwell's career .940 on-base plus slugging percentage is 22nd all-time.

Jeff Bagwell is one of two players to
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Jeff Bagwell is one of two players to have 30 stolen bases, 120 walks and 140 runs scored in a season. In 1999, he totaled 30 steals, 149 walks and 143 runs scored. Lenny Dykstra did it in 1993.

Jeff Bagwell led the National League in runs
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Jeff Bagwell led the National League in runs scored three times (1994, 1999, 2000).

Jeff Bagwell was a four-time All-Star (1994, 1996-97,
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Jeff Bagwell was a four-time All-Star (1994, 1996-97, 1999).

Jeff Bagwell led the NL in five categories
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Jeff Bagwell led the NL in five categories in 1994: runs (104), RBIs (116), slugging percentage (.750), OPS (1.201) and total bases (300).

Jeff Bagwell earned all 28 first-place votes to
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Jeff Bagwell earned all 28 first-place votes to become the unanimous NL MVP in 1994.

Jeff Bagwell hit a career-high 43 home runs
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Jeff Bagwell hit a career-high 43 home runs in 1997.

Jeff Bagwell had 48 doubles in 1996, tops
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Jeff Bagwell had 48 doubles in 1996, tops in the NL.

Jeff Bagwell played at least 160 games in
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Jeff Bagwell played at least 160 games in a season six times, including four seasons in which he played a full 162-game schedule.

Jeff Bagwell's 449 career home runs are 38th
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Jeff Bagwell's 449 career home runs are 38th all-time. 

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