Duncan had three .300 seasons during his five-year tenure as Cincinnati's regular
left fielder. In the fourth game of the tainted 1919 World Series, "Black Sox" conspirator
Eddie Cicotte deliberately mishandled Duncan's grounder, beginning a game-winning
rally for the Reds.
»June 2, 1921:
Reds OF Pat Duncan is the first to hit a fair ball out of Redland Park this season; he will hit just two HRs all year.
»August 23, 1923: Reds 2B Sammy Bohne and OF Pat Duncan deny under oath that they have been approached to throw games with the Giants.
»September 3, 1933:
At Cincinnati, the Reds clip the Pirates, 9–3, the first loss for the Bucs in nine games. The Pirates now trail the Giants by eight games. Red Lucas goes all the way for the win, as the Reds shell rookie Ralph Birkofer. After the game, Edd Roush's old-timers defeat Buck Herzog's Nine, 8–5, called after five innings on account of "tiredness." Ninety three old timers turn out and about half take a turn at the plate. Roush's squad includes Pat Duncan, Larry Kopf, Bill Rariden, and Rube Bressler, all stars on the Reds 1919 team. Donie Bush and Honus Wagner are the shortstops.