Paul Lo Duca

Colorado Rockies #14 - Catcher

  • Born: 04/12/72
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 215

Hitting for power and making contact

Baseball's best power hitters rarely possess elite contact ability. Over the past 40 years, which hitters have best paired power with the ability to not strike out?

Retro GIF: Lo Duca nabs two Dodgers at home plate

On October 4, 2006, the Mets played the Dodgers at Shea Stadium in Game 1 of the NLDS. In the top of the second, catcher Paul Lo Duca was involved in one of the weirdest double plays you'll ever see.

This Date In Mets History: June 20

Xavier Nady homers twice, Carlos Delgado and Steve Trachsel hit one each, in 9-2 win over Reds in 2006.

This Date in Mets History: April 12

Despite losing their first ever game, New York gave the Mets a triumphant homecoming parade on this date in 1962.

2012 Mets Player Profile: Josh Thole

Josh Thole was an on-base wizard in the minor leagues and can still draw a walk. Will that be enough to make him the Mets' catcher for the foreseeable future?

All-Time Florida Marlins Team: Catcher

Who will be the Florida Marlins All-Time Catcher? Vote and find out!

Dodgers Records: Most Hits In A Game, Individual

The Dodgers franchise record for hits in a game is six, held by eight different players, in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Five of the eight players have accomplished the feat in a nine-inning game.

Marlins Top 10 All Star Moments: #6

Leading up to the Midsummer Classic, FishStripes is counting down our top 10 "hats-off" moments in Marlins All Star Game history. The Fish have 18 All Star Games under their belt, so clearly, with...

Remembering the Marlins of 2005

No, I am not going to mention how the team had taken over the lead in the Wild Card in mid-September and having their destiny in their hands, only later to have it slip away by many unfortunate...

A Request Of Marty Noble

I'm not here to completely pan Marty Noble's latest ode to "grit > talent". But there's one passage of the piece that has me curious: Two winters ago, after the drudgery of the Mets' 2009 season...

Washington Nationals: Behind The Plate, Pt. 3. Will Jesus Flores Make It Back?

Washington Nationals: Behind The Plate, Pt. 3. Will Jesus Flores Make It Back?

Jeff Francoeur's Intangibles

Mets fans would rather talk about Jeff Francoeur's intangibles than his on-field performance.

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