Chris Duncan Passing

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    Ratsbuddy
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    I thought this might deserve its own thread so I decided to fire away. Hope the mods don’t mind.

    Condolences to the Duncan family.

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    Sad! Seemed like a good person.

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    EuroWolf
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    Sorry to hear. All cancers are serious, but not all are equal. Glioblastoma is one of the worst and it sounds like Duncan endured it way better than most. No doubt he’s a tough man who I enjoyed watching play. May he RIP.

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    bicyclemike
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    Tough break for Chris. We do not win in 2006 without his contributions. He was a bit of a Jose Martinez in that he was not good in the outfield, but with Pujols at first we had to play him there and he did what he could. His bat provided thunder though. For awhile there when he and Rick Ankiel were going good, I thought they might be stars for several years. But both faded as pitchers found their weaknesses, and they could not adjust.

    RIP Chris. We love you!

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    gscottar
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    Such sad news. 38 is way too young to go.

    Dave Duncan has lost his wife and now son. What a blow.

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    RIP Chris. Ozzie Smith’s mom passed away also. Cardinal Nation is in mourning,

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    Remember the pinch hit homer in the NLCS? RIP #16

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