Doug DeCinces is the starting third baseman and #2 hitter for California in the NES version of RBI. DeCines is one of the more powerful two hitters in RBI and is known for his somewhat inconsistent play.
- Born August 29, 1950 in Burbank, CA
- Drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 3rd round of the 1970 amateur draft
- Played in the Big Leagues with Baltimore (1973-1981), California (1982-1987) and St. Louis (1987)
- Was an All-Star in 1983
- Right-handed hitter
- .256 Batting Average
- 25 Home Runs
- 885 Power Rating
- 26 Contact Rating
- 124 Speed Rating
DeCinces in RBI
DeCinces is a big bat and is typically an asset for the Angels. Like most powerful righties, he is quite prone to the double-play. Regardless, his 885 power rating more than makes up for it. He may not show up every game, but more often than not DeCinces will produce. DeCinces and teammate Brian Downing are very simliar in abilities, but Dougie gets the slight edge. This makes him the best right-handed hitter on California and a key to their success in RBI.
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