Chris Duncan

Washington Nationals #38 - Left Field

  • Born: 05/05/81
  • Age: 40
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 230

Retrospective: The 2005-2006 Cardinals Off-Season

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The follow-up to two brilliant seasons led to a championship... by accident

Revisiting the Mets’ 2006 NLCS loss to the Cardinals

It was the best of times, it was the blurst of times.

Braves Flashback/Recap: April 28

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A low-scoring game with the Cardinals had some very unexpected outcomes.

Braves Flashback/Recap: April 15

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A late and awful bullpen implosion ruined a very exciting game up to that point

Historical Models for Carlson Making the Roster

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From Pujols to Rasmus and Hicks, the Cardinals have made space for talented prospects out of Spring Training. The same should be true for Dylan Carlson.

The ’87 Twins and teams built for October

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There might be a championship formula, but what does it say about the 2020 squad

MLB Bullets is extending the netting

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A shakeup in the Red Sox organization. A former Cardinal outfielder dies too young. Tanking is killing attendance. A singing Pirate.

MondoLinks: Halos Hump It Home

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After a 2-4 road trip, LAA faces 18 straight games against playoff contenders.

The First Annual VEB Minor League Awards

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Maybe the first time we’ve done awards here? Not really sure. Lots of people have written lots of stuff. But here they are this year!

Mets Morning News for September 7, 2019

Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

A short modern history of Giants aces giving up a ton of runs

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Tyler Beede joins an exclusive group of recently great Giants pitchers who gave up 8+ runs in a single start.