In alphabetical order:
Jeff Bagwell – I think the Red Sox might think about how helpful Larry Anderson was for them when they traded Jeff Bagwell away for him. With the Astros, Bagwell was a constant power threat in the middle of the lineup. The biggest problem for Bagwell to overcome is his lack of a big stat. 2,314 hits, 488 doubles, 449 home runs, 1529 RBI and .297 batting average, none of these on their own will get him in, but the consistency that brought together all those numbers should get him close in 2015.
Craig Biggio – Along with Bagwell, Biggio combined to be a deadly combination in the Astros lineup. 3060 hits, 668 doubles, 291 homers, and a .281 average are pretty great stats. The best thing about Biggio is that he would play anywhere on the field. After coming up and playing four seasons at catcher, and fifteen years as a second basemen, he went to play another five in the outfield, mainly in center. He is one of the greatest examples of what a baseball player should be.