(12/13/2010) The Rockies have agreed with infielder Eric Duncan on a minor league contract, according to MLB.com. The former Yankees prospect spent 2010 in the Braves' organization, hitting .266 with eight home runs and 64 RBI at Double-A Mississippi.
Braves give 1B Duncan minor deal
(3/15/2010) The Braves signed first baseman Eric Duncan to a minor league contract.
(3/14/2007) MLB.com reports the Yankees have reassigned RHP Steven Jackson, Jeff Kennard and Kevin Whelan, IF Eric Duncan, Alberto Gonzalez and Juan Miranda, and OF Brett Gardner and Jose Tabata to minor league camp.
E. Duncan looking to start in '08?
(2/6/2007) Back injuries contributed to Eric Duncan's forgettable 2006 season, which included a demotion from Triple-A. Yet there are people in the organization who believe the 21-year-old converted third baseman could compete for the Yankees' starting first base job in 2008.
Yankees hand out spring invites
(1/12/2007) The Yankees invited INF Andy Cannizaro, SS Angel Chavez, C Raul Chavez, RHP Tyler Clippard, C Ben Davis, 1B Eric Duncan, OF Brett Gardner, RHP Phil Hughes, RHP Steven Jackson, INF Ramiro Pena, RHP Ross Ohlendorf, C Peter Pilittere, C Todd Pratt, C Omir Santos, OF Jose Tabata, INF Marcos Vechionacci, RHP Kevin Whelan, and RHP Steven White to spring training.
Eric Duncan going to AFL
(8/23/2006) The Yankees are sending the following players to the Arizona Fall League: J.B. Cox, Sean Henn, Jeff Kennard, Darrell Rasner, Eric Dunan and Brett Gardner.
Eric Duncan having tough time
(5/18/2006) Eric Duncan is struggling at Triple-A Columbus, hitting .209 with no homers and six RBI through 110 at-bats.
Eric Duncan having tough time
(5/3/2006) Eric Duncan is having a tough time at Triple-A Columbus, hitting .250 with zero homers and six RBI through 80 at-bats.
Eric Duncan hitting .209 in minors
(4/18/2006) Eric Duncan is hitting just .209 with no home runs and three RBI in 43 at-bats for the Triple-A Columbus Clippers.
Eric Duncan wins Dawson Award
(3/31/2006) Eric Duncan was presented with the James P. Dawson Award, which goes to the outstanding rookie of spring training. Duncan, a former first-round pick, hit .414 with five extra-base hits and eight RBIs in 18 games. He has converted from third base to give himself a quicker path to the majors.
Torre: Eric Duncan is 'legit'
(3/21/2006) Eric Duncan hit .414 with two homers and eight RBIs in 18 games for the N.Y. Yankees this spring, but he was still reassigned to the minor league camp. "He's legit," manager Joe Torre said. "We're going to see him again."
Yanks assign Duncan to minors
(3/20/2006) The Yankees reassigned LHP Frank Brooks, RHP J. Brent Cox, C David Parrish, INF Marcos Vechionacci, INF Ramiro Pena, 1B Eric Duncan and INF Mitch Jones to minor league camp.
Eric Duncan getting more PT
(3/10/2006) Eric Duncan is getting a lot of playing time with the Yankees at this spring training because of injuries and the World Baseball Classic. Duncan, being converted from third base to first base, hit a first-inning grand slam Thursday that led a Yankees' split squad over the Phillies Thursday.
Duncan getting lots of ABs
(3/9/2006) Eric Duncan and other New York Yankees are getting a lot of playing time at this spring training because of injuries and the World Baseball Classic. Duncan, being converted from third base to first base, hit a first-inning grand slam Thursday that led a Yankees' split squad over the Philadelphia Phillies 8-3 Thursday. Duncan, being converted from third base to first base, hit a first-inning grand slam Thursday that led a Yankees' split squad over the Philadelphia Phillies 8-3 Thursday.
Yankees' Duncan moves to first base
(3/7/2006) Eric Duncan, the Yankees' first-round pick in 2003, is learning a new position this spring. A third baseman all his career, Duncan is being shifted to first base. With Alex Rodriguez signed through 2010, the move made sense. Duncan had never played first, but he accepted the change. "He was very upbeat about it, which was good," said manager Joe Torre, who sat down with Duncan at the start of camp to discuss the move. "When you look up and see Alex playing third, you realize it's no slap at you."
Yanks invite 1B/3B Duncan to camp
(1/10/2006) The Yankees signed LHP Frank Brooks, RHP Matt Childers, RHP Mark Corey, RHP Jose Veras, C Ben Davis and 3B Russ Johnson to minor-league contracts and invited them to spring training. Also, they invited non-roster players RHP James Cox, RHP Philip Hughes, RHP Steven White, RHP Kris Wilson, C Jose Gil, C David Parrish, C Omir Santos, 3B Eric Duncan and 2B Danny Garcia to spring training.