20th Anniversary Team Voting – Starting Pitcher (2008-11)

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19 seasons of Long Island Ducks baseball have come and gone. Players from all around the world and of all varieties of baseball experience have worn the Ducks uniform since the first pitch on April 28, 2000. In that time, they have played in front of nearly 8 million fans in Central Islip, and millions more around the rest of the country. Those players and coaches have also earned three Atlantic League Championships, seven Division Championships, 13 half-season Division Championships and over 1,300 victories. As the Ducks 20th Anniversary Season, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, approaches, it is time to determine which members of the Flock have stood above the rest.

A new week brings a new crop of three starting pitcher candidates to choose from. This week, we focus on the 2008-11 era of Ducks baseball, a four-year stretch that saw the Ducks earn three postseason berths and a trip to the Atlantic League Championship Series. It also saw some of the best seasons ever posted by a Ducks starting pitcher. This trio of starting pitcher nominees for the 20th Anniversary Team includes a two-time Atlantic League All-Star, a pitcher that’s accomplished something no other Duck has, and a former Major Leaguer. Here are the nominees:


Randy Leek
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Long Island native Randy Leek is the longest tenured Duck of these three nominees, having spent four seasons with the Flock. The southpaw joined his hometown team first in 2007 and made an impact right away. In 13 appearances (12 starts), Leek posted a 5-1 record with a 2.23 ERA and 62 strikeouts to just 17 walks. That performance was worthy of having his contract purchased by the Toronto Blue Jays and a stint at Triple-A Syracuse. The Mineola native spent the next three seasons with the Ducks as well, earning two Atlantic League All-Star Game selections (2008, 2010). During the latter, he was selected to start the game for the Liberty Division in his home ballpark and collected the win with two perfect innings. In his four seasons with the Flock, the MacArthur High School alumnus set franchise records for wins (40), games started (91), innings pitched (587.1) and strikeouts (356). Although those marks have since been surpassed by John Brownell, he still holds those franchise records for left-handed pitchers. Leek’s legacy remains as one of the top pitchers Ducks fans have ever had the pleasure of watching.


Troy Cate
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Though our second nominee only spent one season with the Flock, his performance that year was one for the memory books. Troy Cate joined the Ducks in 2009 having spent time in the Major Leagues with the St. Louis Cardinals (2007) and having previously been drafted in the sixth round by the Seattle Mariners. The southpaw proceeded to turn in one of the best seasons by a Ducks pitcher, posting a spectacular 13-5 record with a 3.28 ERA, two complete games, and 84 strikeouts over 129 innings of work. The 13 wins were tied for the third-most in the Atlantic League that year behind Somerset’s Jim Magrane (15) and Bridgeport’s Dan Reichert (14). His 3.28 ERA was second-best in the league behind Magrane’s (2.70). His performance in 2009 was instrumental to helping the Ducks earn a playoff berth for the sixth consecutive season, an Atlantic League record.


Mike Loree
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Prior to the 2011 season, only one pitcher in ALPB history had ever earned the Pitching Triple Crown (leading the league in wins, ERA and strikeouts). That was the aforementioned Magrane in 2009 with his 15 victories, 2.70 ERA and 134 strikeouts. Mike Loree joined Long Island in 2011 and became the first, and to this day only, Duck to achieve that feat! The right-hander was dominant from start to finish, posting the most wins (14) and strikeouts (131) in a single-season in franchise history while also posting the league’s top ERA at a miniscule 1.98. Even more impressive was the fact that he only walked 28 batters in 122.2 innings of work. After earning the start for the Liberty Division in the Atlantic League All-Star Game at York, the Villanova University alumnus had his contract purchased by the Pittsburgh Pirates in August. After returning to the Flock in September, Loree continued his dominance in the postseason, winning two of his three starts (both in Game Ones) to help the Ducks to the Atlantic League Championship Series. He turned in a 1.10 ERA and struck out 17 batters, including 10 in Game One of the ALCS, while walking just two over 19 innings. Loree made 18 more starts with Long Island in 2012 before his contract was purchased by the Lamigo Monkeys of the Chinese Professional Baseball League. He has spent each season since pitching overseas in Taiwan or Korea.


The decision will certainly not be easy this week, with three more quality candidates to choose from. However, it’s up to you, the fans, to help us decide who will earn the coveted spot on the 20th Anniversary Team. Click the button below now, and throughout the next week, to cast your vote for either Leek, Cate or Loree. The winner, along with the remainder of the 20th Anniversary Team, will be unveiled at the beginning of the 2019 season!

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Be sure to check back again next week, as we’ll reveal our group of three nominees for the starting pitcher spot representing the 2012-15 era of Ducks history.

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20th Anniversary Team Voting – Starting Pitcher (2004-07)

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19 seasons of Long Island Ducks baseball have come and gone. Players from all around the world and of all varieties of baseball experience have worn the Ducks uniform since the first pitch on April 28, 2000. In that time, they have played in front of nearly 8 million fans in Central Islip, and millions more around the rest of the country. Those players and coaches have also earned three Atlantic League Championships, seven Division Championships, 13 half-season Division Championships and over 1,300 victories. As the Ducks 20th Anniversary Season, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, approaches, it is time to determine which members of the Flock have stood above the rest.

The first week of starting pitcher voting for our 20th Anniversary Team saw some tight competition among the three nominees. With three candidates who all merited a spot on the team, it was not an easy decision for fans to pick between Rod Henderson, Jim Bullinger and Bryan Rekar. This week, the balloting also figures to be tight with three more outstanding nominees helping determine the top starter from the 2004-07 era of Ducks baseball. Those four years saw the Ducks earn four consecutive playoff berths, the first four in franchise history, as well as their first Atlantic League Championship (2004). Many of the candidates that were position player nominees wore the Ducks uniform during this time period, and there were quite a few impressive pitchers during that stretch as well. Here are our three nominees for this era’s starting pitcher spot:


Lance Davis
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Of the three nominees for this week’s voting, no one pitched in more games with the Flock than Lance Davis. The southpaw spent four seasons with the Flock between 2004 and 2008, with the 2006 season being the lone exception as he pitched in the Detroit Tigers organization. During that time, he appeared in 71 games with Long Island, 67 of which were starts, and posted a 32-22 record with a 4.17 ERA, four complete games, two shutouts, and 278 strikeouts over 433.1 innings of work. Davis impressed right off the bat in 2004, going 8-6 with a 3.67 ERA and three complete games during the Ducks’ Championship run. His impressive start to the season earned him an Atlantic League All-Star Game selection and an opportunity with the New York Yankees, who purchased his contract in July. The former Cincinnati Reds pitcher returned to Long Island after making eight appearances (seven starts) at Triple-A Columbus. His return was key, as Davis tossed seven and two-thirds scoreless innings in the decisive Game Three of the North Division Championship Series, clinching the Ducks first-ever appearances in the Atlantic League Championship Series with a 1-0 win over Nashua.


Bill Pulsipher
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Former New York Mets phenom Bill Pulsipher also spent four seasons as a member of the Ducks. The southpaw enjoyed a very similar first season with Long Island to that of Davis. He made 18 appearances (17 starts) during the 2004 campaign, compiling a 9-5 record with a 3.67 ERA, four complete games, one shutout, and 85 strikeouts over 115.1 innings. He was chosen to play in the Atlantic League All-Star Game and also had his contract purchased by a Major League club, joining the Seattle Mariners’ Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma, Wash. Like Davis, he was also key to the Ducks playoff run after returning to the team. Facing elimination in Game Two of the North Division Championship Series, Pulsipher earned the first playoff win in franchise history with six and one-third innings of two-run ball. The southpaw then started and won Game Three of the Atlantic League Championship Series on the road against the Camden Riversharks, clinching Long Island’s first-ever ALPB title. After returning to the big leagues with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2005, Pulsipher returned to the Ducks for parts of three more seasons from 2005-07. In his four seasons with the Flock, the former MLB second round draft pick totaled a 17-10 record with a 4.17 ERA and 162 strikeouts over 229 innings pitched.


Pat Ahearne
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Like our first two nominees, Pat Ahearne was also a former Major Leaguer when he joined the Flock in 2006. The right-hander spent time with the Detroit Tigers in 2005 and had also previously pitched successfully in the Atlantic League for four seasons with the Bridgeport Bluefish (1998, 1999, 2002, 2005). As one piece of a very talented team, Ahearne became the anchor of Long Island’s starting rotation. He made 23 appearances (22 starts) during the regular season and went 12-4 with a 3.47 ERA, three complete games, and 105 strikeouts to just 28 walks over 155.2 innings pitched. Those 12 wins ranked third in the ALPB, while his 105 strikeouts ranked seventh. Ahearne deservedly earned an Atlantic League All-Star Game selection and got the ball in Game One of the North Division Championship Series against his former team across the Long Island Sound. Ahearne returned for a brief four-start stint with the Ducks in 2007 before going on to spend parts of two more season with the Bluefish.


For the second week in a row, Ducks fans will need to decide between three starting pitchers who have each pitched in the Major Leagues and who have each earned an Atlantic League All-Star Game selection. Two of the three are also Atlantic League champions, but all three are deserving of a spot on our 20th Anniversary Team. Cast your vote over the next week for whether you feel Davis, Pulsipher or Ahearne should take the starting pitcher (2004-07) spot on the squad. The winner, along with the remainder of the 20th Anniversary Team, will be unveiled at the beginning of the 2019 season!

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Be sure to check back again next week, as we’ll reveal our group of three nominees for the starting pitcher spot representing the 2008-11 era of Ducks history.

20th Anniversary Team Voting – Starting Pitcher (2000-03)

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19 seasons of Long Island Ducks baseball have come and gone. Players from all around the world and of all varieties of baseball experience have worn the Ducks uniform since the first pitch on April 28, 2000. In that time, they have played in front of nearly 8 million fans in Central Islip, and millions more around the rest of the country. Those players and coaches have also earned three Atlantic League Championships, seven Division Championships, 13 half-season Division Championships and over 1,300 victories. As the Ducks 20th Anniversary Season, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, approaches, it is time to determine which members of the Flock have stood above the rest.

We have officially concluded the position player portion of our 20th Anniversary Team voting! These first 11 weeks have flown by, and we have had thousands of votes cast for positions in the infield and outfield. Now we move on to the pitchers, and no good team is complete without a strong starting rotation. For our 20th Anniversary Team, we are having our fans help us determine the best starting pitcher from different eras of Ducks history to fill out the rotation. Our first week of starting pitcher voting will highlight the first four years of Ducks baseball on Long Island from 2000-03. Though the team did not reach the postseason during that timeframe, it did enjoy several seasons with winning records and saw many terrific pitching performances. Let’s take a look at the first three starting pitcher nominees:


Rod Henderson
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The first of these three nominees is the only one that pitched for the franchise during the team’s inaugural 2000 season. In addition, he is also the only player in club history to have thrown a no-hitter. That magical moment, forever etched in Ducks history, came on May 25, 2001, in a game against the Atlantic City Surf at what was then Citibank Park. The right-hander struck out 10 batters that night, walked only two, and became the first pitcher in Atlantic League history to complete the no-no as well. However, that 3-0 Ducks win wasn’t his only great achievement with the Flock. The former Montreal Expos second round draft pick made 29 appearances (27 starts) combined during the 2000 and 2001 seasons with Long Island. Together, he posted a sparkling 17-5 record with a miniscule 2.39 ERA, three complete games, two shutouts, and 162 strikeouts to just 52 walks over 181 innings of work. Henderson earned an Atlantic League All-Star Game selection in 2001, the same year he went 8-4 with a 2.53 ERA. He also had his contract purchased by an MLB club in each season with the Ducks, joining the Seattle Mariners (AAA) in 2000 and the Oakland Athletics (AAA) in 2001.


Jim Bullinger
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New Orleans native Jim Bullinger is the second of our three starting pitcher nominees for this week. The right-hander joined the Flock back in 2001 after a career that saw him spend seven seasons at the Major League level with Cubs, Expos and Mariners. Like our first nominee, Bullinger also earned Atlantic League All-Star honors during the 2001 season. In nine starts to begin the year, he compiled a dazzling 6-1 record with a 2.28 ERA, one complete game, one shutout, and 25 strikeouts over 47 and one-third innings. The St. Louis Cardinals took notice of the performance and purchased his contract in July, assigning him to the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds. Bullinger returned to Long Island in 2002 and made 13 more starts that year. He recorded a pair of complete games and went 4-6 with a 3.80 ERA and 56 strikeouts over 83 innings. The former Cubs draft pick would be traded that season to the Newark Bears and would go on to spend time in the Atlantic League with Newark, Somerset and Camden. He finished his career in 2005 at Triple-A with the Chicago White Sox.


Bryan Rekar
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Our final candidate closed out his pro career with two seasons on Long Island and is also a former Major Leaguer. Bryan Rekar came to the Ducks in 2003 with eight seasons of MLB experience combined between the Rockies, Devil Rays and Royals. He had been with Kansas City one year prior in 2002 before making his Ducks debut. The Illinois native immediately made an impact as one of the Flock’s top pitchers, putting together a season that saw him go 9-4 with a magnificent 2.12 ERA, three complete games, two shutouts, and 101 strikeouts to a mere 17 walks over 140 innings pitched. Rekar deservingly was selected to play in the Atlantic League All-Star Game, one of eight Ducks chosen that year. The righty returned to Long Island in 2004, and during his time with the club, he started two pivotal, must-win games against the rival Bridgeport Bluefish. On July 11th, with the Ducks needing a win to keep their first half title hopes alive, he fired six and one-third innings of shutout baseball at Bridgeport, yielding just three hits while striking out six batters. The Ducks went on to win the game, 1-0 in 12 innings, forcing a one-game showdown for a playoff berth the following day. That game would eventually get called due to rain with the score tied in extra innings, forcing the now-famous August 9th game between the clubs at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard. Rekar started that game as well and pitched six solid innings, as Long Island won the game 5-4 and clinched their first-ever postseason berth. The Ducks would go on to win their first-ever Atlantic League Championship just over a month later, earning Rekar a championship ring to wrap up his career.


Three starting pitchers, three former Major Leaguers and three Atlantic League All-Stars…that’s quite the group! While all three are deserving of a spot on the 20th Anniversary Team, only one can be chosen as the starter to represent the 2000-03 era of Ducks baseball. Cast your ballot by clicking the button below for which of the three you feel is most deserving. The winner, along with the remainder of the 20th Anniversary Team, will be unveiled at the beginning of the 2019 season!

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Be sure to check back again next week, as we’ll reveal our group of three nominees for the starting pitcher spot representing the 2004-07 segment of Ducks history.

20th Anniversary Team Voting – Designated Hitter

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19 seasons of Long Island Ducks baseball have come and gone. Players from all around the world and of all varieties of baseball experience have worn the Ducks uniform since the first pitch on April 28, 2000. In that time, they have played in front of nearly 8 million fans in Central Islip, and millions more around the rest of the country. Those players and coaches have also earned three Atlantic League Championships, seven Division Championships, 13 half-season Division Championships and over 1,300 victories. As the Ducks 20th Anniversary Season, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, approaches, it is time to determine which members of the Flock have stood above the rest.

The infield and outfield spots on our 20th Anniversary Team have officially been determined through the first nine weeks of voting. As we reach the halfway point of balloting for this exclusive group, we focus our attention this week on some of the heavy hitters. The Atlantic League has used a designated hitter since its inception in 1998, so it’s only fitting that we include a designated hitter spot on this squad. The trio of nominees for this position features some of the best power hitters in franchise history. All three had Major League experience by the time they joined the Flock, and each one showcased tremendous pop during their time on Long Island. Here are the three candidates for the DH role:


Patrick Lennon
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Of the three nominees in this week’s balloting, only Patrick Lennon has an Atlantic League championship ring. The slugger earned his in 2004, which was the third of his four seasons on Long Island. Lennon’s first came in 2002 when he burst onto the scene with 19 home runs, 61 RBIs and a .311 batting average in just 58 games, earning an Atlantic League All-Star Game selection. The Tampa Bay Devil Rays took notice and purchased his contract in July. One year later, it was the Detroit Tigers who came calling after Lennon hit .327 with six homers and 44 RBIs in 40 games with the Flock. The former Mariners first round draft pick put together his finest season in ’04, earning another All-Star Game nod while crushing 14 home runs, driving in 88 runs and compiling a .323 batting average in 116 games. Lennon played in 64 more games during the 2005 season before electing to hang up the cleats. By the time his four seasons with the Flock were complete, the six-year Major League veteran had totaled a .314 batting average, 45 home runs, 226 RBIs, 197 runs, 335 hits, and 73 doubles in 282 games. Not to mention, he garnered two All-Star Game nods, two contract purchases by MLB clubs and a championship.


Henry Rodriguez
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The first of two, non-related Rodriguez’s on this list came to Long Island in 2005 after playing 11 seasons in the Major Leagues with five different clubs. He made an immediate impact in helping Long Island to the playoffs, posting an Atlantic League-best .322 batting average. The lefty also ranked second in the league with a .413 on-base percentage and a .603 slugging percentage. Rodriguez led the team with 27 home runs, tying what was then a franchise single-season record, and posted team-high totals with 72 RBIs and 56 walks as well. 2006 represented another strong year for H-Rod and another postseason berth for the Flock. The Dominican Republic native played in 90 games, clubbing 12 home runs, driving in 59 runs, totaling 19 doubles, and posting a .287 batting average. Though he did not play in an Atlantic League All-Star Game, he was chosen as an Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star in 2005.


John Rodriguez
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Every time he stepped up in the buildin’, everybody’s hands went UP! Ducks fans will surely remember John Rodriguez using “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled as his walk-up song with the Ducks and raising their hands in unison when he stepped up to the plate. The lefty slugger from New York City spent two strong years with the Flock in 2010 and 2011 and showcased an ability to get on base and hit the ball over the fence. Rodriguez proved to be one of the brightest spots on a 2010 team that had its ups and downs. He posted a .304 batting average and a .392 on-base percentage during the year, accumulating 10 homers, 43 RBIs, 50 runs, 100 hits and 21 doubles in 89 games. One year later, many of those numbers jumped up despite playing in seven less games. The former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder hit .313 with 18 homers, 81 RBIs, and a .398 on-base percentage. He was one of several outstanding hitters on a team that won the first half, second half and Liberty Division. In both of his seasons with the Flock, J-Rod earned an All-Star Game selection, and the slugger also claimed a Second Team Post-Season All-Star nod in 2011.


There are three big-time sluggers to choose from, but just one will earn the spot on our 20th Anniversary Team. Cast your vote throughout the week to help determine if Patrick Lennon, Henry Rodriguez or John Rodriguez will make the squad. Don’t forget: you can vote as often as you’d like over the next week, but only one player can be chosen with each ballot. The winner, along with the remainder of the 20th Anniversary Team, will be unveiled at the beginning of the 2019 season!

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Be sure to check back again next week, as we’ll reveal our three nominees for the utility infielder spot.

20th Anniversary Team Voting – Outfield (Week 4)

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19 seasons of Long Island Ducks baseball have come and gone. Players from all around the world and of all varieties of baseball experience have worn the Ducks uniform since the first pitch on April 28, 2000. In that time, they have played in front of nearly 8 million fans in Central Islip, and millions more around the rest of the country. Those players and coaches have also earned three Atlantic League Championships, seven Division Championships, 13 half-season Division Championships and over 1,300 victories. As the Ducks 20th Anniversary Season, presented by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, approaches, it is time to determine which members of the Flock have stood above the rest.

Our final week of outfielder voting has descended upon us! We have had three exciting weeks thus far, with fans casting hundreds of ballots each week to help determine the first three outfielders on the 20th Anniversary Team. However, any good squad needs to have depth in the outfield. Couple that with the litany of terrific outfielders that have worn the Ducks uniform, and that is why we have decided to include a fourth outfield spot among this exclusive group. Our final three nominees for the position all have won at least one Atlantic League championship with the Ducks, and two of the three were instrumental in securing Long Island’s back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013. Let’s take a look at the three candidates:


Jason Johnson
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“Jason Johnson makes the catch! He makes the catch!” Chris King’s play-by-play call of Jason Johnson securing the final out of the Ducks 2004 Atlantic League Championship clincher is one that echoes through the annals of Ducks history. While that catch was certainly a momentous occasion in Johnson’s career, it certainly wasn’t the only highlight in his three-year stint with the Ducks. The California native debuted for the team during the 2003 season, and though he only appeared in 24 games, he made an immediate impact with a .305 batting average, 11 RBIs and 11 runs. One year later, he broke out in a big way en route to that long-awaited first playoff appearance and championship. In 100 regular season games, Johnson posted career-highs in home runs (11), RBIs (58), runs (78), triples (6) and stolen bases (36), the last of which led the Flock. The former Phillies draft pick would lead the Ducks to the postseason one more time in his final year of professional baseball, playing in 94 games during the 2005 campaign. He batted .281 with 41 RBIs, 44 runs, 20 doubles and 12 steals during that final season before hanging up the cleats. Johnson was a superb defender as well, making just seven errors in his three seasons manning right field.


Kraig Binick
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Another Long Island native makes the list of nominees! Kraig Binick, a Chaminade High School and NYIT alum, joined the Flock in 2011 among a talented group of outfielders that included Matt Esquivel, Lew Ford, Kennard Jones and John Rodriguez. He hit in the ninth spot on Opening Day, but by season’s end, he was at or near the top of the lineup daily. Binick was comfortable from the get-go and went on to win the Atlantic League batting title with a .343 average. He also led the league in on-base percentage (.429), stolen base percentage (.894) and stolen bases (42). During a year in which the club won both the first and second half as well as a Liberty Division Championship, Binick represented the Ducks at the All-Star Game in York and was an Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star. The former Orioles draft pick played in 123 games the following season with Long Island, earned another All-Star Game selection, and lifted the Flock to an Atlantic League Championship behind a .405 batting average in the postseason. One year later, after beginning the season in Mexico, Binick returned to lead the Ducks to the second half title and another Atlantic League Championship. Defensively, he committed just nine errors over three seasons in which he played all three outfield positions. His clutch performances also increased his popularity among Ducks fans, as he compiled a .352 batting average in 26 postseason games.


Joash Brodin
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The 2012 season saw the Ducks put together a dominating first half before injuries and player contract purchases took a toll on the roster. Amidst a challenging second half, the Ducks needed a bat and some versatility in the field for their playoff run. Meanwhile, Joash Brodin was dominating in the Frontier League, hitting .370. However, the team he played with folded, and Brodin needed a new home. It was a perfect match! The switch-hitter joined the team in late-July with the ability to play the corners in both the outfield and infield. He hit .282 over the season’s final 49 games and then torched the opposition to the tune of a .359 batting average in the playoffs, en route to a championship. Brodin returned to Long Island the following season and put together an All-Star campaign, batting .307 with 11 homers, 49 RBIs, 79 runs, 21 doubles and 14 stolen bases in 106 games. The performance was worthy of having his contract purchased by the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, and although he was unable to partake in the Ducks championship run, he had certainly made his impact upon the club. 2014 was Brodin’s final year with the club, and although his batting average dipped from where it was the previous two seasons, he still chipped in with nine homers, 60 RBIs, 21 doubles and 28 stolen bases over his 133 games.


The three nominees have been revealed, and a tight race is expected to wrap up our outfielder balloting. Cast your vote for Johnson, Binick or Brodin now by clicking the button below to visit our voting page. You can vote as many times as you’d like over the next week, but you can only choose one candidate on your ballot. The winner, along with the remainder of the 20th Anniversary Team, will be unveiled at the beginning of the 2019 season!

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Be sure to check back again next week, as we’ll reveal our three nominees for the designated hitter spot.

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