Greatest 21 Days
Born: Oct 28, 1966
Primarily a shortstop with Houston over four seasons, the utility infielder hit .219 with 16 homers while an Astro. Over his nine-year career, Bogar hit .228.
Continuing in coaching after his big league career, he was interviewed for the Astros' managerial position in 2009 which was given to Brad Mills instead.