Adam Duvall, Infield, Cincinnati Reds, #23
Date of Birth: 9/4/1988
Birthplace: Louisville, Kentucky
College: University of Louisville
Adam Duvall, infielder for the Cincinnati Reds, played at Western Kentucky University, Chipola College, and the University of Louisville before he was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in 2010. He was traded to the Reds on July 30, 2015.
Duvall played in the minor leagues from 2010 through part of 2014 and 2015. In 625 games, he batted .268 with 643 hits, 137 doubles, 130 home runs, 440 RBIs, and 527 strikeouts to 216 walks. Defensively, as a third baseman, he made 853 assists, 241 putouts, and 99 errors in 417 games.
Duvall played in 28 games with the Giants in 2014. In his first major league game on June 26th, he hit his first major league home run. In 2015, he played in 27 games with the Reds and he had 14 hits, including 2 doubles and 5 home runs.
In 2016, his first full season in the majors, Duvall batted .241 in 150 games. He finished the season with 133 hits, 31 doubles, 33 home runs, and 103 RBIs. Defensively, as the Reds' left fielder in 137 games, he made 270 putouts and 8 errors.
Career batting statistics for Duvall through 2016 include:
- 205 games played
- 161 hits
- 35 doubles
- 41 home runs
- 117 RBIs
- 210 strikeouts to 50 walks
- .234 batting average