Matthew Michael Duffy is a Major League Baseball third baseman for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Duffy formerly played for the San Francisco Giants, Tampa Bay Rays, and Chicago Cubs in Major League Baseball.
Duffy grew up in Long Beach, California, and as a young boy, he supported the Los Angeles Angels .
Duffy was a student at the Lakewood High School in Lakewood, California, and earned the moniker “Duffman.” Duffy was a two-year letter winner at Lakewood High School, where he led the team to a 23-12 record and a league championship in 2008.
Duffy was a two-time all-state and two-time all-league selection. Duffy had a .409 batting average and 28 runs batted in as a junior. In his senior year, he hit.380 with 34 runs batted in and three home runs.
From 2010 through 2012, Duffy played college baseball at Long Beach State University. Duffy appeared in 30 games for Long Beach State, starting 20 of them, and averaged .244 with 86 at-bats, 8 runs, 21 hits, and 7 RBI.
Duffy appeared in 55 games, starting 54 of them, and averaged .266 with 214 at-bats, 22 runs, 57 hits, and 31 RBI in 2011.
Duffy appeared in 85 games, starting 74 of them, averaging .260, and had 300 at-bats, 30 runs, 78 hits, and 38 RBI during his two seasons at Long Beach State.
Matt Duffy hit .253 with an on-base percentage of .305 in 501 college at-bats. Duffy hit zero home runs, sixteen doubles, and one triple in those three seasons. He was kept in the lineup primarily because of his defensive ability.
How Fast Is Matt Duffy?
Speed is a big part of a game in Baseball. Duffy accumulated a speed of 20.3 miles per hour with his Home Runs.