Jeff Duncan #10

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Jeff Duncan MLB Career Stats

154 .182 1 11 7 .503

Jeff Duncan Bio

  • Full Name: Jeffrey Matthew Duncan
  • Born: 12/9/1978 in Harvey, IL
  • Draft: 2000, New York Mets, 7th rd. (215th overall)
  • College: Arizona State
  • Debut: 5/20/2003
  • Last Game: 5/5/2004
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MLB Career Stats 154 15 28 1 11 7 .182 .276 .503


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Jeff Duncan Stats

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Jeff Duncan Advanced Stats

*Since 2006
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Jeff Duncan Statcast Events

Jeff Duncan Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
October 15, 2005 OF Jeff Duncan elected free agency.
August 15, 2005 Mobile BayBears activated OF Jeff Duncan.
July 9, 2005 Jeff Duncan roster status changed by Mobile BayBears.

Jeffrey Matthew Duncan Bio Info

  • Jeffrey Matthew (Jeff) Duncan graduated from Lemont (IL) High School ... Played baseball and hockey ... Earned All-State honor his junior and senior years in hockey.
  • Attended Arizona State, where he played baseball.

    Jeff's bests
    HITS, GAME -- 3 (September 20, 2003 vs. Montreal)
    HRs, GAME -- 1 (July 12, 2003 vs. Philadelphia)
    RBI, GAME -- 3 (July 20, 2003 at Atlanta)
    STOLEN BASES, GAME -- 1 (four times, last; August 8, 2003, at Arizona)
    BATTING STREAK -- 5 games (July 19, 2003 - July 23, 2003)
    GRAND SLAMS -- None 2003 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0 Years, 80 Days

    SIGNED BY: Quincy Boyd

    HOW OBTAINED: Selected in the seventh round of the 2000 First Year Player Draft.

    CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2003.

    FAMILY: Single.


  • Established a career-high with three hits on September 20th vs. Montreal.
  • Drove in a career-high three runs, July 20th at Atlanta...In that game, he reached base four times (three walks and a single).
  • Collected his first major league home run and RBI, July 12th vs. Philadelphia off Bradon Duckworth...Also stole his first big league base in that contest.
  • Made his first major league start, May 22nd vs. Philadelphia...Picked up his first major league hit in the first inning off of Vicente Padilla...Was 2-4 with a run scored in that contest...Started the game in centerfield and moved to leftfield in the seventh inning.
  • Pinch-hit in the bottom of the eighth inning on May 20th vs. the Phillies for his first major league at-bat...Grounded into a fielder's choice...Stayed in the game in centerfield.
  • Saw action in 52 games (41 starts) in centerfield and one game in leftfield for the Mets this season...Didn't make an error in 136 chances.
  • With the Mets, Jeff had five multi-hit games: four games with two hits and one contest with three hits...Also, he had one, two-RBI contest and one, three-RBI game.
  • Was recalled from Norfolk (AAA) on August 19th...Was optioned to Norfolk on August 13th...Had two home runs and four RBI in four games.
  • Was recalled from Binghamton (AA) for the second time this season on July 10th...Was also with the major league club from May 18th-May 23rd.
  • At Double-A, he had 17, two-hit games and four, three-hit contests...Hit safely in 56 of the 76 games in which he played at Binghamton. 2002
  • Hit a combined .373 (94-252) in 69 games at Capital City (A) of the South Atlantic League and St. Lucie (A) of the Florida State League.
  • Began the year with St. Lucie and was optioned to Capital City on April 12th ... Rejoined St. Lucie on June 20th.
  • His year was shortened by injury ... Was on the Disabled List from May 25th-June 3rd and again from August 9th-August 27th, both times with a strained right hamstring.
  • Put together a nine-game hitting streak from April 26th-May 4th ... Over that span, he hit .553 (21-38).
  • Had an eight-game hitting streak from July 22nd-July 31st ... During that stretch he batted .394 (13-33).
  • Ended his season by playing the last five games (August 27th-September 1st) and in the playoffs with Capital City.
  • Went 5-5 with three runs scored vs. Macon on September 1st ... Also had one game with four hits, four games with three hits and 13 games with two hits.
  • Hit safely in 31 of his 40 contests at Capital City.
  • At St. Lucie, he hit safely in 22 of 29 games ... Fashioned nine games with two hits and two games with three hits.
  • Played in 20 games in leftfield, six in center and three in rightfield.
  • Stole two bases in a game on five separate occasions.
  • Once again he played in all three outfield spots: nine games in leftfield, 11 in center and eight in rightfield. 2001
  • Was voted the Outstanding Baserunner on his Capital City team.