Lucas Duda — a ‘Dude’ with the Cyclones is now a Met

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You know him as the newest Met, but we at The Brooklyn Paper remember Lucas Duda as a great young power-hitting kid. Duda was a star on the 2007 Cyclones, even setting a team record with a 17-game hitting streak. So join us now in this video remembrance of Lucas Duda — complete with Gersh Kuntzman’s historic interview.

Updated 3:21 pm, June 29, 2015
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alan from sheepshead bay says:
Sorry to say, the Mets dont have any use for a power hitting outfielder. A sluggers bat is useless at Citifield. The Mets need a contact hitter with speed who can hit em where they aint. Duda, is not a base stealer, he would make a perfect throw in if the Mets trade for a pitcher or second basemen.
Sept. 7, 2010, 3:56 pm

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