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Roger Metzger
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Baseball Player
    He was a switch hitter.
    He committed errors frequently during his time in Houston.
    During the 1972 season, he was the NL leader in outs with 528.
    His batting average went .074 in his attempted comeback with the Giants (1980).
    He lost parts of his four fingers (index through pinky) in a saw accident (1980).
    He along with Joe Morgan were the first Astros to led the NL in triples.
    He was the NL leader for shortstops in fielding percentage twice (1973, 1976).
    He was the first Astro shortstop to win a Gold Glove.
    He is in the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame.

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