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From the AFL: Eric Duncan

At just 20 years old, and with a new position to play, Eric Duncan had a lot on his mind coming into the 2005 Arizona Fall League. Apparently though Duncan has found something to calm himself, he's hitting home runs. Few have questioned Duncan's bat, but those who have are now busy backtracking, while Duncan's busy getting better by the day.

To be blunt, the numbers Eric Duncan put up this year don't typically qualify someone 'top prospect' status, and they don't typically earn a player an invite to the Arizona Fall League. Duncan hit just .235 for Yankee affiliate Trenton of the Double-A Eastern League, with 19 homers and 61 RBI. Solid numbers, but a little low for one of the brightest stars in the Yankee organization. Still... Recommended Stories

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