Paul was one of the 70+ players in the Mitchell Report accused of taking performance enhancing drugs.
Paul's teammates have nicknamed him "Captain Red Ass" because of his sometimes explosive temper.
Paul was the third consecutive Dodgers regular catcher of Italian heritage.
Despite being a great contact hitter, Paul is not known for his power. In more than eight seasons, he only has 66 home runs.
Paul first played in the postseason with the Mets in 2006.
After a couple of years in a community college, Paul attended Arizona State University.
Paul divorced his wife Sonia, a Playboy model, in 2006.
Paul's mother taught him hand-eye coordination as a child by tossing pinto beans, and letting Paul hit them with a broomstick.
Paul Lo Duca is a four-time all star. In 2006, he was even in the starting lineup.
When Mike Piazza was traded from Los Angeles to Florida in 1998, Paul took over as catcher for Los Angeles. When Piazza was a free agent and signed with San Diego at the end of 2005, Paul took over as New York's catcher in 2006.
Compared to most other Major Leaguers, Paul has a very low strikeout rate.
Paul pitched to fellow Met David Wright during the 2006 Home Run Derby in Pittsburgh. David would finish second in the event.
Before each game, Paul writes his mother's initials "LL" behind home plate in her memory.
Paul's Major League debut was on June 21, 1998 with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Paul bats and throws right-handed.
Paul owns a few racehorses.
Paul was such good friends with Dodgers manager Jim Tracy, that Tracy took Paul's uniform number when he was traded.
Paul has also played for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Florida Marlins.
Paul wears number 16.
Paul is the catcher for the New York Mets.