Talking about her family, her father in law is Robert Bagwell. Bagwell, who was in the dugout, emerged to congratulate him. He was regraded to pilot officer the following 24 July, with the service number 8027917R. ", "Astros rewind: Jeff Bagwell wins NL Rookie of the Year award", "Baseball: Cleveland, scoring 15 more runs, makes A's look like the Indians", "Rookie Player of the Year Award by The Sporting News", "Hall hopeful Bagwell content as family man: Astros great discusses life away from baseball, Wednesday's announcement", "Baseball: A title is diminished but the salary soars", "The greatest seasons in Astros history: Jeff Bagwell, 1994", "Baseball: Not simply statistics as Key has starter role", "National League roundup: Astros' Bagwell surpasses 100-RBI mark", "By every measure, Bagwell was a beacon of greatness in 1994: Stockpiling statistics aside, Bagwell kept a tidy clubhouse", "Astros' top 50 moments: 1994 strike ends promising season", "Tony Gwynn, Hall of Fame batting champion, dies at 54 of cancer", "Best individual seasons in Astros history? Andersen pitched just 22 innings for Boston while Bagwell hit 449 home runs for the Astros, the most in club history, among setting numerous other franchise career and single-season records. One was given to Bagwell and the other two were auctioned to raise funds on behalf of the Astros in Action Foundation. He would hit another three home runs with six walks in nine August games[34] before a pitch from Andy Benes fractured his left hand on August 10 and ended his season in the same manner the season before. [b] During their 10 peak seasons from 1994–2003, they appeared in nine All-Star Games, won five Gold Gloves, ranked in the top five of the Most Valuable Player Award voting five times and averaged 226 runs scored. After his playing career, Jeff Bagwell has spent much of his time with his family while sporadically taking coaching and special assignment positions for the Astros. [108], In February 2005, Bagwell and Biggio were jointly inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. On September 18, 2004, Bagwell collected his 1,500th career RBI with a single in the third inning against the Brewers. [27] He finished the year hitting .294 with 15 home runs and 82 RBI while leading the Astros in several offensive categories. [144] In his second year on the ballot, he received 321 votes, or 56.0% of the ballots cast. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Houston’s stories with no paywalls. "He liked soccer as much as ... baseball" while growing up in Connecticut. Jeff got named to be The National League NL Rookie in the year 1991. Jeffrey Robert Bagwell (born May 27, 1968) is an American former professional baseball first baseman and coach who spent his entire 15-year Major League Baseball (MLB) playing career with the Houston Astros.

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