How much should post-season success or lack of, affect a player’s ranking? The answer: it depends. In Biggio’s case, he played in 40 post-season games, or 1/4 of a full season. His abysmal performance (.618 OPS) surely had something to do with Houston’s failures. When he finally broke out, hitting .400 against Atlanta in the 2004 NLDS, the Astros defeated their playoff nemesis. Overall, the Astros were 15-25 in the post-season during the Biggio/Bagwell era, losing six of nine series. When his obituary is written someday in the future, there will probably be a small mention of his misfortune in the playoffs, but it won’t impact his legacy that much. In these rankings, it didn’t factor in. Biggio is nestled right in where the numbers say he should be.