Not a bad way to bust a slump is the angle you've seen elsewhere this morning, and I'll echo that.
Even with the recent hard times, Biggio sits at number 25 in the league in doubles today. Which doesn't seem so great, maybe, until you say that he has more doubles than Albert Pujols and Nomar Garciaparra and Jose Reyes. . . and Lance Berkman.
It's also worth noting from time to time that what Biggio is doing at the age of 40 is historically good, so I'll take the time to do that here.
Tied for second-place again; does a .500 record--for once and for all--still beckon?