The next player in alphabetical order on the Hall of Fame ballot is Tony Batista, but, as much as I have a great deal of fondness for Batista, he doesn't belong in the Hall. Tony played 11 seasons in the majors, 2 and a half of them with the Blue Jays, 1 with the Expos. He hit 251/.299/.453 with 221 home runs, 718 RBI in 1309 games. In 2000 he hit 41 home runs for the Jays and drove in 114 runs. He made 2 All-Star times. And he had the weirdest open stance at the plate. But he doesn't belong in the Hall.
Craig Biggio, on the other, has a pretty strong case. He played 20 seasons, all with the Astros. He hit 281/.363/.433, with 291 home runs, 1175 RBI, 1844 runs scored and 414 stolen bases.
Craig came up as a catcher, played there for 4 seasons, spent 11 seasons at second base, moved to center field for a couple of seasons and then went back to second to finish off his career.
He was a 7 time All-Star, won 4 Gold Gloves and 5 Silver Sluggers. Baseball Reference has him at a 62.1 WAR, putting him 88th all time among position players.