Biggles *Dogsbody Joins the Hall of Fame
Tuesday, January 1st, 2030
What a career and what a ballplayer.
Biggles *Dogsbody truly was one of the best to play the game and today he was enshrined into the Tolkien Baseball Hall of Fame.
"It is an honor to be mentioned with the greatest players of all time. I want to thank my family, friends and teammates for supporting me throughtout this long career," the outstanding third baseman said at the induction ceremony.
In his career, *Dogsbody played in 1427 games with a .329 lifetime batting average. Among his 1848 hits were 292 doubles, 55 triples and 186 home runs. He also scored 992 runs and drove in 892 runs.
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