What was yourwelcome-to-the-big-leagues moment?
Hitting the lasthomer at the old Busch Stadium [as a September call-up] last year. I didn't getany hits there before that. So, when I finally hit it, I said, "Holycow."
When I dropped myfirst pop-up, playing leftfield in Colorado. Right to me, and I goofed it. Itwas the easiest fly ball ever.
One thing aboutbeing a major leaguer that fans don't think about?
It's stressful,because if you don't perform, you're gone.
If I werecommissioner for a day, I'd ...
eliminate the DH.The National League's a way better game. There's more strategy by the managers,and it's a lot more fun. If you're a bench player, you've constantly got to beready. In the AL, if you're not starting, it's just boring.
If I weren'tplaying baseball, I'd ...
be in trouble. Ididn't go to [college]. I kind of sold out going for this.
The 6'5"Duncan (22 homers in 90 games this season) singled and walked twice in eightplate appearances against San Diego.
St. Louis was toopen the NLCS in New York on Wednesday night.
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