October 6, 1974 |
|July 30, 2002 for the St. Louis Cardinals|
Last MLB appearance
|August 13, 2002 for the St. Louis Cardinals|
Duff grew up in Alligator, Mississippi, hunting deer, ducks and turkeys with his father, whom Matt credits for making him into the avid outdoorsman he is today. Duff has taken his passion for bowhunting into the hunting industry as a business owner and outdoor TV personality of such shows as Buck Commander and Major League Bowhunter. As an owner and co-host of Major League Bowhunter, Matt spends time working on business aspects for the company as well as time in the field chasing big whitetails.
Matt is also the co-host of the Friends of NRA TV show alongside wife and world-wide women's shooting champion Jessie Duff. In the show, Matt and Jessie travel across the United States to explore the world of NRA's grassroots fund-raising program for gun enthusiasts known as Friends of NRA. Created in 1992 with help from MidwayUSA's own Larry Potterfield, money raised through Friends of NRA is used to provide grants for firearms education classes, construction and maintenance of shooting ranges and various youth programs.
- Baseball-Reference.com page
- Major League Bowhunter
- Sportsman Channel
- NRA Blog
- Friends of NRA TV
- Outdoor Channel
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