Brandon Duckworth

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Brandon Duckworth
DSC01570 Brandon Duckworth.jpg
Born: (1976-01-23) January 23, 1976 (age 41)
Kearns, Utah
Batted: Right Threw: Right
Professional debut
MLB: August 7, 2001, for the Philadelphia Phillies
NPB: August 25, 2012, for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles
Last appearance
MLB: September 28, 2008, for the Kansas City Royals
NPB: October 4, 2013, for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles
MLB statistics
Win–loss record 23–34
Earned run average 5.28
Strikeouts 376
NPB statistics
Win–loss record 8–6
Earned run average 4.35
Strikeouts 86

Brandon J. Duckworth (born January 23, 1976) is an American former professional baseball pitcher. Since 2013, he has worked for the New York Yankees professional scouting department. He had 3 kids, Sophia(10) Aliya (5) Easton(5) the two 5 year olds are twins.


From 2001-2003, the first three years of his career, Duckworth pitched with the Philadelphia Phillies, compiling a 15-18 record. While with the Phillies, Duckworth had a fan section called the Duck Pond. The Duck Pond was originated by Philadelphia native Robert Pomarico. On November 3, 2003, he was traded by the Philadelphia Phillies with minor leaguer Taylor Buchholz and Ezequiel Astacio to the Houston Astros for Billy Wagner. Spending the next two years in Houston with limited playing time, Duckworth signed as a free agent with the Pittsburgh Pirates in December 2005.

Without wearing a Pirates uniform in 2006, he was traded by Pittsburgh to the Kansas City Royals for cash considerations. In his first two seasons with the Royals, his record was 4-10 with a 5.37 ERA.

In January 2008, Duckworth was designated for assignment by the Royals to make room on the organizational roster for free agent signee Brett Tomko. He passed through waivers, and on February 1, the Royals announced that Duckworth had accepted an assignment to Triple-A Omaha.[1] On August 24, 2008, he was recalled by Kansas City to start; in his first game, he went 5 innings, giving up 3 earned runs, and was credited with the win. In October 2009, Duckworth was granted free agency.

In January 2010, Duckworth signed a minor league contract to play with the Philadelphia Phillies organization.[2]

In December 2010, Duckworth signed a minor league contract with the Boston Red Sox. On July 25, 2012, the Boston Red Sox granted Duckworth his release so he could play in Japan.

Duckworth pitched for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of Nippon Professional Baseball in 2012 and 2013. After the 2013 season, he joined the New York Yankees as a scout.[3]


  1. ^ "Notes: Duckworth heads to Triple-A". 
  2. ^ Gonzalez, Aiden (2010-01-19). "Duckworth returns to Phils on Minors deal". Retrieved 2010-01-20. 
  3. ^ New York Yankees announce five additions. Retrieved on January 30, 2014.

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