Duguay, Burns on All-Appy team

from staff reports

  Rewarded on Tuesday for his outstanding season with the Elizabethton Twins, Steven Duguay was named the Appalachian League Co-Pitcher of the Year, sharing the award with Burlington's Reid Santos.
  Duguay tops the league in strikeouts with 68, is fifth in ERA at 3.21 in 53 1/3 innings, and has a 4-4 record.
  The last time the league produced Co-Pitchers of the Year was 2002, when Elizabethton's Rickey Barrett and Danville's Anthony Lerew shared the title.
  The 2004 Appy All-Star team included another player from Elizabethton: outfielder Deacon Burns.
  A 26th-round pick of the Twins in this year's draft out of Northern St. University in South Dakota, Burns, entering Tuesday night's play, was leading the league in doubles with 20 -- four more than second place -- and was tied for the lead in hits with 70 while placing in the top 10 in four other categories.
  He stook at second in extra-base hits with 29, fifth in RBIs with 38, eighth in slugging percentage with .516, and eighth in runs with 38.