The longtime Houston Astros second baseman was denied entry to Cooperstown in his second year of Hall of Fame eligibility -- by only two votes. Biggio received 74.8 percent of the vote, barely missing the required 75 percent. A seven-time All-Star and one of the better second basemen of all-time, Biggio has never been strongly linked with performance enhancing drugs, though his career spanned much of the Steroid Era. His omission is mostly due to a few voters believing Biggio didn't quite meet the threshold. But falling only two votes short this round likely means Biggio is destined for Cooperstown in the near future.