Shelley Duncan

#49 1B / Arizona Diamondbacks / EXP: 7YRS / MINORS Height: 6-5 Weight: 215 lb Age: 36 College: Arizona Bats/Throws R/R

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    • by Igor Mello |

      Reds sign two minor-league players Friday

      The Reds signed outfielder Shelley Duncan and catcher Lou Marson to minor-league contracts on Friday, according to SB Nation.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Diamondbacks re-assign four to minor-league camp

      The Diamondbacks re-assigned outfielder Shelley Duncan, first baseman Mike Jacobs, catcher Blake Lalli and infielder Andy Marte down to minor-league camp on Sunday.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Diamondbacks consider carrying five outfielders

      Even though Cody Ross (hip) might be ready for the start of the season, the Diamondbacks are considering carrying a fifth outfielder, according to Tony Campana, Alfredo Marte, Matt Tuiasosopo and Shelley Duncan among the candidates competing for the fifth-outfielder role. "Probably more an outfielder than an infielder, just because Cody. I think if he is healthy and ready to go, we're not going to want to overdo it with him right off the bat," general manager Kevin Towers said.

    • by R.J. White |

      Diamondbacks sign Shelley Duncan to minor-league deal

      The Diamondbacks have signed infielder/outfielder Shelley Duncan to a minor-league deal with an invitation to spring training, the team announced Friday. Ducan went 10 for 55 and hit two home runs with the Rays last season while also hitting .215/.287/.382 with 11 home runs and 54 RBI in 335 at-bats with Triple-A Durham.

    • by Jack Moore |

      Shelley Duncan elects free agency

      Rays designated hitter Shelley Duncan has elected free agency, reports. Duncan hit .182/.297/.309 in 55 at-bats for Tampa Bay.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Shelley Duncan accepts minor-league assignment

      Rays designated hitter Shelley Duncan accepted his assignment to Triple-A Durham.Duncan hit .182 with two home runs and six RBI in 20 games with the Rays before he was designated for assignment.

    • by Bill Passonno |

      Rays sting Shelley Duncan from roster

      The Rays designated outfielder Shelley Duncan for assignment Tuesday in order to clear a spot on the active roster for designated hitter, who was activated from the disabled list. Duncan appeared in 20 games for Tampa Bay, mainly as the designated hitter, and produced a meager .182 average with two homers and six RBI.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Shelley Duncan enjoys playing the Orioles

      Rays designated hitter Shelley Duncan reached for a pitch low and outside of the strike zone and lifted it into the left-field seats Wednesday night in Baltimore. Duncan homered for the second time this year, both coming against the Orioles. The DH, who was batting sixth, went 2 for 3 in the game with a walk. The HR was a solo blast coming in the second inning off starter Chris Tillman. He added a single and scored twice. Duncan is batting .258. Added to the team for the pop in his bat, Duncan has just the two homers as his only extra-base hits after 12 games and 31 at-bats with six RBI and seven strikeouts.

    • by Jeff Lippman |

      Shelley Duncan ties game with 3-run homer

      Rays designated hitter Shelley Duncan got his first start of the 2013 season in Tampa's second game Wednesday against Baltimore. Duncan came up huge for the Rays in this one. The 33-year-old veteran, who hit fifth for manager Joe Maddon, had one hit in four at-bats, but it was a big one. Duncan mashed a two-out, three-run home run off Luis Ayala in the sixth inning to tie the score at four. Duncan, who also struck out in the game, helped the Rays show signs of life in a game they would eventually win 8-7 in walk-off fashion. He's batting .200 on the year after going 0 for 1 as a pinch hitter Tuesday.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Shelley Duncan showing versatility

      Rays manager Joe Maddon told reporters Monday why he chose to keep Shelley Duncan on the 25-man roster while Luke Scott starts the season on the disabled list. "Just looking at what we may need, with the right-handed bat versus the left-handed pitcher, the power -- he can put the ball in the gap or in the seats," Maddon said, per "I think he's become a better first baseman also, when you want to give James [Loney] a day off, it's possible. ... There's a lot of things he can do, plus I just think he's really good on the team, too."

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