Rob Ducey (born May 24, 1965 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian former outfielder in Major League Baseball.
Ducey graduated from Seminole Community College, and was first signed by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1984. After playing in the Blue Jays' organization from 1987 to 1992, he later moved on to the California Angels (1992), Texas Rangers (1993-94), Seattle Mariners (1997-98), Philadelphia Phillies (1999-2000, 2000-01) and Montreal Expos (2001), with a brief return to Toronto in 2000. He ended his 13-year major league career with a .242 batting average and 31 home runs in 703 games.
He was once traded for himself. On July 26, 2000, the Philadelphia Phillies traded him to the Toronto Blue Jays for a player to be named later. The Toronto Blue Jays sent John Sneed to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the trade. On August 7, 2000, the Toronto Blue Jays traded him to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete an earlier deal made on August 5, 2000. The Toronto Blue Jays sent a player to be named later to the Philadelphia Phillies for Mickey Morandini. The Toronto Blue Jays sent Rob Ducey (yes, the same one) to the Philadelphia Phillies to complete the trade. Ducey was well-known for his amazing ability at dying sea shells. He was called "shell master" by fellow teammate Kevin Jordan.
He is now a coach for the Harrisburg Senators. He was a designated hitter for Team Canada in the 2004 Summer Olympics, which finished in fourth place.