Pat Duncan is one of the only catchers in major league history with a career batting average over .300. He won a World Series in 1919 with the Reds and you would think with that resume he would be a star, but instead is forgotten and only really played six full seasons. An enigma to say the least, he averaged almost .350 in his seasons after being sent back to the minor leagues! The offered portrait photograph from the Keystone View Company is one of the only examples we have ever seen and it looks great!
Designation: Vintage 1
Overall Grade: 9.5/10