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Ultimate Mets Database popularity ranking: 762 of 974 players
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Daniel Thomas Murphy
Born: April 1, 1985 at Jacksonville, Fla.
Throws: Right Bats: Left
Height: 6.03 Weight: 210

Daniel Murphy was the most popular Ultimate Mets Database daily lookup on August 9, 2008, August 10, 2008, August 13, 2008, August 14, 2008, April 26, 2011, July 9, 2011, and June 29, 2012.

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First Mets game: August 2, 2008
Last Mets game: April 14, 2014





Winner of Sterling award, 2007. (St. Lucie Mets)
Winner of Sterling Player of the Year award, 2008.
Winner of National League Player of the Week award, September 1, 2013. (New York Mets)

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Ed K
August 10, 2008
Great catch in his first game on 8-2-08. I hope it is an indication of things to come!

Ringo Boisclair
August 15, 2008
I was there for his first Major League home run; not a big sample size yet, but from his 12 days in the majors, he looks like a hitter.

It's good to see some young talent from the farm system for a change. Hopefully it will amount to a team with more enthusiasm and fewer chronic injury problems.

Menachem G. Jerenberg
August 17, 2008
Only one word for his Met career so far: Amazin'!

StaubPinchHitMe
September 6, 2008
This man is one of the keys to the Mets recent success. Notice that they lose when he is not in the lineup and batting second. He is a must for any future long term success. Mark my words!

PockMarx
September 16, 2008
I'm loving Murph. Great approach at the plate. Good walk to srikeout ratio. Lefty hitter with good minor league stats indicating the potential for future growth as a major league hitter. It appears as though CitiFeild may play as a left hand hitters park based on the fence distances and the configuration of the ball park so Murphy may find himself in the right place at the right time. However I fear that the Mets may trade him to a team like Oakland or Boston in a misguided attempt to find a bullpen "closer". Omar if you or your staff happen to read this posting DO NOT TRADE THIS GUY!!

j-murph
September 21, 2008
I am excited about Daniel Murphy for so many different reasons.

The first being he and I have the same last name. That means if he can raise his status to the level of a player that gets a jersey tee shirt printed, I can have a Met tee with my name on it without being the idiot who puts his own name on the shirt.

Beyond that, this guy can hit. He does not give at bats away and he seems to be a patient hitter that can thrive in the two hole. If this guy can play a decent second base our infield is that much more solid for years to come.

Bonbolito
October 1, 2008
At the last game before the closing ceremony started he was the only Met I saw come out to get dirt from the batters box. I liked that. I also noticed from seeing him play and in interviews that he appears to have no sense of humor whatsoever. I really like that.

Jersee Jerry
October 9, 2008
Cool, calm, and collected. These are the attributes that strike me as very positive in regard to Daniel. He kind of reminds me of Keith Hernandez in his plate discipline. If the team does it the right way, he will be here for a long time to come. I have no idea what the team has in mind for Daniel in the future, but if they put him in positions to be successful he will excel.

feat fan
October 13, 2008
Slow down everyone. Time will tell. Remember Mike Vail?

Gets by Buckner
November 4, 2008
Sure, we can say "Remember Mike Vail" or who remembers Gregg Jefferies? This guy looks great and I hope they find a position for him somewhere in 2009.

Piranhamite
November 14, 2008
In my honest opinion, Dan Murphy is the Brett Favre of the New York Mets. He is a gunslinger; a man who shoots from the hip and is unafraid to lay down his body for the ultimate goal of winning. Yes, Dan Murphy strides alone in the sun, exuding confidence that only the immortals of the game (i.e., Cobb, Ruth, Mathewson, Kiner, Seaver) are blessed with. Yes, Dan Murphy has the qualities of that type of man. A Brett Favre. A true man of men!

FEAT FAN
November 19, 2008
Did I hear you evoke the names of Kiner, Seaver, Favre, Cobb in the same breath as Murphy, a nice looking prospect that may be a potential George Brett type someday? Even Brett had to begin as a low power .285 hitter for his first few years. Less expectations equal no disappointments. Kid has the balls, needs a permanent position and a look at big league pitching on a regular basis. Let's not Alex Ochoa him out of town. Remember Victor Diaz?

murphy
February 28, 2011
I was driving back from a concert last summer on an incredibly rainy night. When I turned on the radio, I couldn't believe the Buffalo Bisons were playing in that garbage, and they were going to extra innings. Murphy was at second base trying to turn a double play when the radio announcer screamed that Murphy went down in a heap after an ugly takeout slide. Destroyed his knee. I really hope that Murphy makes it back because I like his swing and he showed some intelligence at the plate.

Joe Figliola
April 22, 2011
Say what you want about Murphy; the guy has no fear of Citi Field. He doesn't let this airplane hangar of a ballpark psych him out and his swing appears tailor-made for those crazy right field bleachers. Here's hoping he settles at one position so he can really fine tune his strong plate presence.

Brendan
July 18, 2011
This guy can flat out hit. No glove, no arm, no speed, little power...but the guy can hit. You gotta give that to him.

Jonathan Stern
January 1, 2012
Worst Mets outfielder ever. Made Todd Hundley and Howard Johnson look like Kevin McReynolds before he got fat. However, he seems like a good guy and, as some of the above people wrote, he can hit. I don't see him as another Pete Rose (like the Mets proclaimed initially), but he is very likable as player and person and I hope he plays decent 2B, continues to hit, and stays healthy.

Shickhaus Franks
January 1, 2012
There are things that you DON'T DO in life: (1) Shout fire in a crowded auditorium. (2) Look at your neighbor's wife as she's wearing a string bikini by the pool getting a tan, especially if the husband is the jealous type. (3) Wave the confederate flag and blast the music of Toby Keith in Compton, California. and (4) Agree to play Santa Claus at the New York Mets annual Christmas party. Many of the players that wind up being Mr. Claus usually wind up being in another organization; so in other words, even if he recovers from yet another injury, it was nice knowing you Daniel Murphy.

Ringo Boisclair
January 1, 2012
This guy can hit - for real! He's like Magadan with extra pop and more intensity. He can field the infield O.K. and will only get better if allowed to settle down at a single position

When the Coupons dump Wright's salary at the deadline in 2012 (which they most likely will) the one good thing to come out of that bad thing might be Murphy getting a chance to play and grow at his natural position.

His work ethic and drive will elevate his game and I can see him becoming a classical Met hero: devout, good-natured, humble, kind to his teammates, but with a ferocious drive to win once he's between the lines.

With shorter walls, look for his slugging to increase.

This'll be one of the few things worth watching in 2012.

Dan the Man
June 24, 2013
Dan the Man! He's like my alter-ego; same first and middle names! Like me maybe not born with the most amount of skill, gracefulness, and the ability to make intelligent decisions at times ...but you know he always gives it his all and is a darn good likeable guy for sure. I'm happy to root for him!

Frank
November 20, 2013
One of the most unappreciated players on the Mets, Murph isn't an All Star by any means, but he is a solid player to have in your lineup

Elizabeth Durkin
December 2, 2013
I think Daniel Murphy has come a long way since he has joined the Mets. He is an extremely hard worker and his batting average has improved every year. He has gotten better defensively on second base and has made some beautiful plays. He deserves to be the Mets second baseman. Personally I got to meet Daniel Murphy after a Met game this 7/20/13 on my anniversary. He was leaving in his car and stopped and gave us autographs and spoke with us. He and his wife were so sweet to us. I got his autograph on my daughter's Irish Met hat which she so so thrilled about. She is a big Daniel Murphy fan. I always enjoy watching Daniel Murphy play at Citi Field and hope he will play on the Mets for a long time.









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