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 is 22nd all-time.
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 scored three times (1994, 1999, 2000).
Jeff Bagwell was a four-time All-Star (1994, 1996-97, 1999).
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 become the unanimous NL MVP in 1994.
Jeff Bagwell hit a career-high 43 home runs in 1997.
Jeff Bagwell had 48 doubles in 1996, tops in the NL.
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 all-time.