Friday, November 22, 2013

Rob Ducey on baseball cards

Outfielder Rob Ducey played thirteen seasons in the major leagues for six different teams. In 703 games he hit .242 with 31 HR and 146 RBI. Now a minor league hitting coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks, he kindly answered my questions about baseball cards.

"I think the card I most like is the one with Ernie Whitt, myself and Fred McGriff on it. We hit 10 home runs against Baltimore in September of 1987 to break the Major League record. It was also my first of very few home runs in the big leagues.

I do not collect cards."

Thanks! I don't have that card, but here is one from my collection, from 1991 Donruss.

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  1. Rob Ducey is a great guy. I used to live near him and would see him out all the time during the off-seasons.
    http://dailyautograph.blogspot.com/2013/08/rob-ducey.html

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