less favorable results
While Craig Biggio has scored a run 95 of the times he's reached base by getting hit by a pitch, that still leaves 182 times he didn't make it around to score. I'm sure many readers have wondered what happened to him in those cases.
Mostly he's been left stranded - 129 times. 51 times he was left on 1st base at the end of the inning, 41 times was stranded on 2nd, and 27 times Biggio made it to third base but was left standing 90 feet from home as the inning ended.
He's been caught stealing 8 times after plunks. 6 of those 8 were attempts to steal 2nd base, while 2 were failed efforts to steal 3rd. He was also picked off first base 4 times - twice by the pitcher and twice by the catcher.
On 25 of the times he was plunked, he was erased by a double play. He's been called out on 6-4-3 double plays 9 times, 4-6-3 double plays 5 times, twice on 5-4-3 double plays, and three times on double plays scores 6-3. Biggio has also been called out after reaching on a plunk in double plays scored 5-3, 1-6-3, 3-6-3, 3-6-1, and 8-6-4. (He was the second out on the 8-6-4, thrown out at second.) And once he was caught getting back to the base after a line drive to the first baseman.
He's been forced out at second another 20 times, and at third twice. He's also been thrown out at the plate twice, and thrown out at third once.
And, of the 277 times he was hit by a pitch, he was replaced by a pinch runner just once. That pinch runner was erased on a 6-4-3 double play.