The Santo Domingo . Duncan becomes the 93rd player inducted into the Dominican Sports Hall of Fame. announced today that current first base coach and former infielder , was inducted into the Dominican Sports Hall of Fame in a ceremony that took place yesterday at San Pablo House Auditorium in
In 1,279 stolen bases for the Dodgers, Reds, Phillies, Yankees, and Blue Jays over 12 seasons. While playing seven years for the Tigres de Licey in the Dominican League, the versatile Duncan hit .248 with 31 triples and 17 doubles in 180 games. In the ‘85-86 campaign, he led the Dominican League with eight triples. Duncan was inducted alongside longtime ’ infielder Felix Fermin and legendary scout . , Duncan hit .267 with 87 homers, 491 RBI, and 174
Duncan, 45, just completed his third consecutive season as the Dodgers’ first base coach after one year coaching stints with the Dodgers (2003), Double-A Jacksonville Suns (2004) and (2005). The native of San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic saw action at all four infield positions and in the outfield during his 12-year Major League career and played four seasons with the Dodgers (1985-87, 1989).
This fall, Duncan will serve as the bench coach for del Este in La Romana, where several current Dodger prospects are expected to play for him.
Duncan earned second baseman that season. All-Star honors with the Phillies in 1994 and was a member of the World Champion 1990 Reds. Duncan was also a key member of Dodger Manager ’s first World Series winning team, the 1996 Yankees, batting .340 as the regular