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February 11, 2011 
Venezuela's former Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman Andres Galarraga (L) smiles next to Dominican... 
La Romana, Dominican Republic 
Venezuela's Galarraga smiles next to Dominican Republic's Duncan during a news conference in La Romana... 
Venezuela's former Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman Andres Galarraga (L) smiles next to Dominican Republic's Mariano Duncan during a news conference to commemorate the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame in La Romana February 11, 2011. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags : BASEBALL - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 11, 2009 
Los Angeles Dodgers' Jim Thome (R) and coach Mariano Duncan (35) celebrate the clinching victory over... 
St. Louis, UNITED STATES 
Dodgers' Thome and coach Duncan celebrate the clinching victory over the Cardinals after Game 3 of their... 
Los Angeles Dodgers' Jim Thome (R) and coach Mariano Duncan (35) celebrate the clinching victory over the St. Louis Cardinals after Game 3 of their MLB National League Division Series playoff baseball game in St. Louis, Missouri October 10, 2009. REUTERS/Peter Newcomb (UNITED STATES SPORT BASEBALL) 
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October 09, 2009 
Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp (R) celebrates with teammates after they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Los Angeles Dodgers' Kemp celebrates with teammates after they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in their... 
Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp (R) celebrates with teammates after they defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in their MLB National League Division Series playoff baseball game in Los Angeles October 8, 2009. At left is coach Mariano Duncan. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES SPORT BASEBALL) 
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May 30, 2008 
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre, behind coach Mariano Duncan (35), watches his team play the New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Dodgers' Torre watches his team play the New York Mets in the third inning of their MLB National League... 
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre, behind coach Mariano Duncan (35), watches his team play the New York Mets in the third inning of their MLB National League baseball game in New York May 29, 2008. Torre, who managed the New York Yankees last season, returned to New York for the first time since becoming the Dodgers manager. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES) 
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September 27, 2007 
New York Yankees' players from left; Shelley Duncan, Jorge Posada, Robinson Cano, Mariano Rivera and... 
St. Petersburg, UNITED STATES 
Duncan, Posada, Cano, Rivera and Jeter celebrate a 12-4 win over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to clinch the... 
New York Yankees' players from left; Shelley Duncan, Jorge Posada, Robinson Cano, Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter celebrate their 12-4 win over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to clinch the final American League playoff spot in St. Petersburg, Florida September 26, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Nesius (UNITED STATES) 
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April 15, 2007 
Los Angeles Dodgers coach Mariano Duncan looks out before the National League baseball game between the... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Los Angeles Dodgers coach Mariano Duncan looks out before the National League baseball game between the... 
Los Angeles Dodgers coach Mariano Duncan looks out before the National League baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres in Los Angeles, April 15, 2007. The Dodgers are celebrating the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's Major League debut with the club, which broke baseball's color barrier. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES) 
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August 24, 2006 
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Brad Penny (L) is escorted off the field by first base coach Mariano... 
San Diego, USA 
Dodgers starting pitcher Penny is escorted off field in San Diego 
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Brad Penny (L) is escorted off the field by first base coach Mariano Duncan (2nd L), bench coach Dave Jauss (R) and second base umpire Ted Barrett after being thrown out of the game in the 5th inning against the San Diego Padres during their National League baseball game in San Diego August 23, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES) 
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August 24, 2006 
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Brad Penny (C) is held back by first base coach Mariano Duncan (L)... 
San Diego, USA 
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Penny is held back from home plate umpire Reed in San Diego 
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Brad Penny (C) is held back by first base coach Mariano Duncan (L) and bench coach Dave Jauss as he argues with home plate umpire Rick Reed after being thrown out of the game in the 5th inning against the San Diego Padres during their National League baseball in San Diego August 23, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Blake(UNITED STATES) 
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April 15, 2006 
San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds (R) is greeted by Los Angeles Dodgers first base coach Mariano Duncan... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Giants' Bonds is greeted by Los Angeles Dodgers first base coach Duncan before game in Los Angeles 
San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds (R) is greeted by Los Angeles Dodgers first base coach Mariano Duncan before a game in Los Angeles April 14, 2006. A federal grand jury is considering whether Bonds committed perjury during his 2003 testimony in the BALCO steroids case, two people familiar with the proceedings said on Thursday. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello 
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August 29, 1997 
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Tomas Perez (C) jumps to avoid the Florida Marlins Craig Counsell while trying... 
Canada 
THE JAYS PLAY THE MARLINS IN INTERLEAGUE BASEBALL 
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Tomas Perez (C) jumps to avoid the Florida Marlins Craig Counsell while trying to complete the double play on Marlins Alex Arias during third inning action August 29. Perez completed the throw for the out. Looking on is Jays second baseman Mariano Duncan. Florida won 8-0.

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August 27, 1997 
Toronto Blue Jays' slugger Joe Carter (R) high fives teammates after hitting a three run homer in the... 
Canada 
BLUE JAYS CARTER AND TEAMMATES CELEBRATE AFTER HOMER 
Toronto Blue Jays' slugger Joe Carter (R) high fives teammates after hitting a three run homer in the fourth inning off Chicago White Sox pitcher Doug Drabek, August 27. Carter drove in teammates Mariano Duncan (C) and Jose Cruz Jr.

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August 26, 1997 
Toronto Blue Jays' second baseman Mariano Duncan pivots in front of Chicago White Sox' Jorge Fabregas... 
Canada 
BLUE JAYS' DUCAN PUTS OUT WHITE SOX' FABREGAS 
Toronto Blue Jays' second baseman Mariano Duncan pivots in front of Chicago White Sox' Jorge Fabregas but can't turn the double play during third inning action in Toronto August 26. White Sox' Mike Cameron hit into the fielders choice.

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August 21, 1997 
Chicago White Sox shortstop Ozzie Guillen (L) and Toronto Blue Jays Shannon Stewart look to first base... 
multiple countries 
WHITE SOX GUILLEN AND BLUE JAYS STEWART LOOK TO FIRST 
Chicago White Sox shortstop Ozzie Guillen (L) and Toronto Blue Jays Shannon Stewart look to first base to watch the second half of a double play in the seventh inning of game in Chicago's Comiskey Park, August 21. Stewart was out at second on the double play hit by Mariano Duncan.

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August 19, 1997 
Toronto Blue Jays' second baseman Mariano Duncan tags Omar Vizquel, of the Cleveland Indians, in an attempt... 
UNITED STATES 
CLEVELAND INDIANS OMAR VIZQUEL IS OUT IN SECOND INNING AT CLEVELAND 
Toronto Blue Jays' second baseman Mariano Duncan tags Omar Vizquel, of the Cleveland Indians, in an attempt to steal second base in the fifth inning at Jacobs Field, August 18. The Indians won 5-3.

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July 16, 1997 
New York Yankees' Tino Martinez (R) is congratulated by teammates Mariano Duncan (L) and Derek Jeter... 
UNITED STATES 
YANKEES MARTINEZ CONGRATULATED AFTER HOME RUN 
New York Yankees' Tino Martinez (R) is congratulated by teammates Mariano Duncan (L) and Derek Jeter (C) following his solo home run, his 32nd home run of the season, during the third inning against the Chicago White Sox in Chicago's Comiskey Park, July 16. Martinez also had a grand slam home run in the seventh inning.

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May 26, 1997 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (L) eyes teammate Mariano Duncan as they almost collide trying... 
multiple countries 
NEW YORK YANKEES JETER AVOIDS COLLISION WITH DUNCAN AGAINST ORIOLES 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (L) eyes teammate Mariano Duncan as they almost collide trying to catch a short fly in left center field hit by Baltimore Orioles batter Cal Ripken, Jr., in the second inning May 26 at Yankee Stadium. Duncan made the catch. Orioles came from behind to win 8-6.

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May 05, 1997 
New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano Duncan ends up on top of Minnesota Twins' runner Pat Meares... 
UNITED STATES 
YANKEES DUNCAN ENDS UP ON TOP OF THE TWINS MEARES IN NEW YORK 
New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano Duncan ends up on top of Minnesota Twins' runner Pat Meares after forcing him out in the third inning, May 5 at Yankee Stadium. Batter Chuck Knoblauch beat the throw at first base to avoid the double play.

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April 29, 1997 
Seattle Mariners' runner Russ Davis breaks up the double play as New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano... 
UNITED STATES 
MARINERS DAVIS IS FORCED AT SECOND BY YANKEES DUNCAN IN NEW YORK 
Seattle Mariners' runner Russ Davis breaks up the double play as New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano Duncan (L) is unable to throw out batter Alex Rodrigues on a fielder's choice in the sixth inning, April 29 at Yankee Stadium.

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April 14, 1997 
Anaheim Angels' second baseman Luis Alicea (L) puts the tag on New York Yankees' runner Mariano Duncan... 
UNITED STATES 
ANGELS LUIS ALICEA TAGS OUT YANKEES MARIANO DUNCAN IN STEAL ATTEMPT 
Anaheim Angels' second baseman Luis Alicea (L) puts the tag on New York Yankees' runner Mariano Duncan as catcher Jim Leyritz's throw was able to nail Duncan trying a steal in the fifth inning of their game, April 14 at Yankee Stadium. Angels won 5-1.

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March 29, 1997 
ATL03:BASEBALL:ATLANTA,GEORGIA,29MAR97-New York Yankees second baseman Mariano Duncan lunges for a grounder... 
UNITED STATES 
YANKEES MARIANO DUNCAN LUNGES FOR THE BALL 
ATL03:BASEBALL:ATLANTA,GEORGIA,29MAR97-New York Yankees second baseman Mariano Duncan lunges for a grounder off the bat of Atlanta Braves Keith Lockhart in the eighth inning of their exhibition game at the new Turner Field March 29 in Atlanta. The Braves won the game 2-0. Duncan will be the team's starting second baseman, after the team spent the winter unsuccessfully trying to find a replacement.

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March 29, 1997 
Atlanta Braves Mark Lemke is forced out on a doubleplay as he slides through the legs of New York Yankees... 
UNITED STATES 
BRAVES YANKEES EXHIBITION BASEBALL 
Atlanta Braves Mark Lemke is forced out on a doubleplay as he slides through the legs of New York Yankees second baseman Mariano Duncan in the third inning in a pre-season matchup of the 1996 World Series teams at Turner Field on March 29. This was the first game played at the former Centennial Olympic Stadium. The Braves won 2-0. tlc/Photo by Tami L.

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October 13, 1996 
New York Yankees' players Mariano Duncan (L) and Tim Raines (31) celebrate in the locker room after their... 
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YANKEES CELEBRATE AMERICAN LEAGUE WIN IN BALTIMORE 
New York Yankees' players Mariano Duncan (L) and Tim Raines (31) celebrate in the locker room after their American League Championship win over the Baltimore Orioles in game five of the American League Championship Series in Baltimore's Camden Yards, October 13. The Yankees won the game 6-4.

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October 11, 1996 
New York Yankees Darryl Strawberry (39) slides into a double play on a ball hit by teammate Mariano Duncan... 
multiple countries 
BALTIMORE ORIOLES ALOMAR TURNS DOUBLE PLAY 
New York Yankees Darryl Strawberry (39) slides into a double play on a ball hit by teammate Mariano Duncan as Baltimore Orioles second baseman Roberto Alomar (L) throws to first during action in the second inning of game three in the American League Championship Series in Baltimore's Camden Yards, October 11.

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September 15, 1996 
New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano Duncan falls over after trying to tag out Toronto Blue Jays'... 
Canada 
NEW YORK YANKEES AND TORONTO BLUE JAYS 
New York Yankees' second baseman Mariano Duncan falls over after trying to tag out Toronto Blue Jays' Jacob Blumfield as he tried to steal second during first inning action in Toronto, September 14. Duncan missed the throw and Blumfield was safe on the play. In the background is Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

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