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Internal cable from the Dodgers organization to all pitchers reads:

As you know Daniel Murphy is healthy and will once again be your LDS opponent. We can’t guarantee your safety after Thursday. 

From Hillary Clinton’s deleted email number 22,728, dated October, 2015: 

My Dearest Fidel, 

Your supply of Cuban players has certainly increased the tax base in our major cities. However, watching this Murphy hit home runs has inspired me to develop a home run tax to be applied during MLB playoffs. Don’t worry, you will continue to receive your cut in small unmarked rubles and yuans placed in a paper bag at the usual spot near Gitmo.

Bill says thanks for the heaters, send a few more. 



I sit here and watch the Mets make a .500 Yankees squad look like Murderers’ Row, yet there is still some happiness here at OMDC.  That happiness and pride isn’t in Flushing anymore but our boy Murph was just named NL Player of the Month for July.  That’s certainly a reason for celebration.

Leading the league in batting, Murph has already surpassed his career total for homeruns and shows no signs of slowing down.  While we wish he was still doing it here, we can’t help but marvel at the numbers Murph has put up thus far.

In true Murph fashion he started off August with a homerun and is already bolstering his credentials for next month’s award.  Even though we all know the only month Murph wants to win is October.

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Our pal MetsDaddy sent me this post as he was lamenting the current Murph situation.  You know, the one that’s been dominating NY sports talk radio since April? Yeah, that one.

Daddy Issues:

In 2010, Sandy Alderson became the Mets General Manager. Other than David Wright at third base, Sandy has had a lot of turnover at each position in the field, including second base. Since his tenure began, here are the players that have played second base for the Sandy Alderson regime:

  1. Brad Emaus
  2. Chin-lung Hu
  3. Justin Turner
  4. Ruben Tejada
  5. Willie Harris
  6. Scott Hairston
  7. Jordany Valdespin
  8. Ronny Cedeno
  9. Omar Quintanilla
  10. Eric Young
  11. Wilmer Flores
  12. Juan Uribe
  13. Kelly Johnson
  14. Dilson Herrera
  15. Daniel Muno
  16. Eric Campbell
  17. Matt Reynolds
  18. Ty Kelly
  19. Neil Walker
  20. Daniel Murphy

Murphy was last on the list as Murphy is the guy that Alderson never wanted.  He was the player Alderson tried to trade from time to time.  He’s the player Alderson did not negotiate with during the 2015 season despite Murphy wanting to work out an extension with the team.  He was the player Alderson didn’t make a contract offer to return to the team.  Instead, Alderson actively sought to sign Ben Zobrist, before being turned down with the Cubs, and then made a trade for Neil Walker.

This year, Murphy is hitting .348/.387/.598 with 17 homers and 66 RBI.  He leads the majors in batting average, hits, and total bases.  Against the Mets, Murphy is hitting .423/.446/.885 with seven homers and 21 RBI.

Coincidentally, the Nationals lead the Mets by six games in the division.  Maybe Murphy could have something to do with that.

Our man Murphy is back in the All Star game and Murph supporters far and wide are feeling the pride.

Being the humble guy that he is, Murph will come off the bench tonight but just because he isn’t starting doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate this in true Oh Murph fashion.

I hit the studio earlier with Uncle Sol and he kept playing Drake’s “Pop Style” in the Panamera on the way over.  I used the beat when I wrote my freestyle and this is what I came up with.


“Murph Style”

October’s done but I still hit

This sounds like some heavy 202 sh*t

In the capital they call it “Murph Style”

Not a hot streak, it’s a lifestyle


Tell the fans in Queens “I love them, but I gotta beat um”

Not the way I thought I’d have to treat um

I like to finish what you think you started

You know that qualifying offer was just garbage

You don’t know what you just started

Now all I do is hang with Gio and the Harpers


You’ve been on my mind Gary

Thought you “had my number”

Well you need to call me

I’ll help you define “net negativity”

They’re still out to get me because they never got me


They’re still out to get me I don’t get it

Guess I’ll just keep hitting that’s a given


When it’s BA I’m number one

Where’s my replacement? 21?

They’ve been out here trying to slide on me

They’ve been out here telling lies on me

SNY is “looking out for themselves”

But they’ve still got their eyes on me?


See putting in the hard work now

Stay in the cage til the thing broke down

Power hitter for real there’s no doubt

Contracts hit the gym they all work out



Halfway through ’16

NL East looking like a breeze

Most of you aren’t in my league

Mets showed me nothing’s guaranteed


October’s done but I still hit

This sounds like some heavy 202 sh*t

In the capital they call it “Murph Style”

Not a hot streak, it’s a lifestyle


5-21-2016, Terry Collins post game press conference: Reporter: What’s the mood in the clubhouse these days? Terry: “Well, Murph’s not here, and a few other guys, but its good…”

6-12-2016, Dick Scott is managing the Mets today as Terry Colins has been taken to a hospital after reports of him not feeling well. Terry apparently took a shower first and walked out under his own power. Terry will remain in the hospital over night for observation. 

6-13-2016 Terry Collins was released from a hospital in Milwaukee and will fly back to New York today. Collins was declared fit as all tests were negative. 

6-14-2016 Terry Collins held his usual pre game press conference and reported feeling “disoriented” before Sunday’s game. All tests were negative, the illness was attributed to a possible bout of dehydration. 

The Oh Murph investigative team was called in to get the story behind the story. Hear now the results of what really happened before that Sunday game. 

 Dick Scott walks into the visiting manager’s office at Miller Park. Terry Collins sits with his four color Bic pen in hand and a partially filled in line up card on the desk, staring blankly at the wall. 

“Dick come in, listen, we gotta change it up here a little, too many injuries. Guys are playing flat, need a little shake up.” 

“Yeah Terry, just came in to tell you Walker can’t go, we’ll need to start Johnson” 

“I tell ya what then Dick, I’ll move Flores to second today, we’ll put Johnson in left because of Scooter’s wrist, and we’ll slide Murph in at third and of course, bat him third.” 

“Hahahaha Terry, good one, don’t I wish we could do that. But Murph’s not here, so how about Johnson at third and we’ll have to go de Aza in left.” 

“Whattaya mean Murph’s not here? Number 28, saw him walking around with his firstbase mitt before, don’t tell me Murph’s not here” 

“Terry, Uh, Murph’s a National…” 

“That’s right, Murph’s a National treasure, that’s for sure. Where would we be without him? Certainly not five games ahead sittin’ pretty in first place. He’s leading the league in hitting, and him and Céspedes are carrying this team to a return to the playoffs. So glad we can move him around the infield, he never complains, love that kid” 

(Scott pulls his cell phone out, sending a 911 text to Ray Ramirez. Ramirez shows up at the manager’s door) 

“Hey Dick, thanks, gotta go, Ray’s here to give me the injury update, then I gotta jump in the shower with the boys. I get such a kick outta snappin’ my towel at Bartolo. Hey, great win today, how about that Murph?”

Here at Oh Murph, we’re all about family values.  If you like Murph, Twitter and the Mets I’m sure you’ve heard the legend of @MetsDaddy2013.  A tried and true Murph supporter and father figure to all of “Mets Twitter”.  We were shooting the breeze a few weeks back a conversation became a post. I found myself telling BS Upton the same thing I tell the women in my life: “It isn’t mine”.

So I’d like to welcome MetsDaddy to Oh Murph, I think he’ll fit in great around here.  Without further adieu, Oh Murph presents: Daddy Issues

After the infamous tie game in Milwaukee, MLB determined that from that point forward the league that won the All Star Game would have homefield advantage in the World Series.

Last year, the American League won meaning the Mets had to travel to Kansas City to start the World Series. Maybe, just maybe, the outcome of the World Series would’ve been different if the Mets had homefield advantage. If that’s the case, when Mets fans vote for the All Star Game starters, they need to vote for Daniel Murphy to be the National League starter at second base.

As we saw last October, sorry Murphtober, Murphy is at his best when the games are at their most important. In a do-or-die Game Five of the NLDS, Murphy was terrific. He was responsible for all three Mets runs. In the first, he knocked in Curtis Granderson. Later in the game, he went first to third on a walk and later score the tying run. Finally, he homered off Zack Greinke to give the Mets a 3-2 lead.

It was amongst the greatest, if not the greatest, game by a position player in a winner take all game. Isn’t that what the All Star Game is?  A winner take all game? If that’s the case, all Mets fans need to vote for the extremely clutch Murphy to start the All Star Game to help the Mets get homefield advantage in the World Seies.

Aside from his abilities in the clutch, he should win the fan vote because he’s been the best second baseman in the National League. He leads all NL second basemen in batting average, OBP, OPS, OPS+, doubles, fielding percentage, and NLCS MVP awards.Neil Walker deserves to make the All Star team for doing his best impersonation of Murphy in the postseason this year. However, if you’re choosing to vote between Murphy and Walker, go with the original. Go with the guy who hits better in clutch situations. Go with the guy who gives the Mets the best chance to have homefield advantage in the World Series.

Vote for Daniel Murphy.

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Some things just can’t be explained.

Chances are if you’re reading this you have a love of all things Murph. But for some, there is one thing that maybe makes you a little uncomfortable, maybe even cringe slightly.

Murph is very spiritual. His faith and beliefs have been demonstrated by him on many occasions. He lets us know that regularly. We kinda smile, nod, and then listen to see if he’ll really tell us how he hit that sinker from Arrieta that was six inches off the ground over the right field wall. But he doesn’t tell us. He nicely tells us how his teammates enabled him to succeed.

So today Murph just finished 2 games against KC where he had 7 hits of all types and is now hitting .398 with a .449 OBP one week into May. He just recorded his 1,000th hit in his MLB career, and it seems he’s in a rush to get to 2,000. Ever humble, Murph said that was 1,000 hits more than he expected he’d get. Murph’s always been a good hitter, but more of the .285 variety with a bunch of 2 week hot streaks mixed in. Nothing like this though, pretty much ever.


Is this faith rewarded?

Think about it. The game has been hard on Murph, it certainly didn’t come easy. Bad teams, injuries, the demons of the game constantly rearing their ugly heads, but Murph kept the faith, kept believing, kept working.


So, is this his reward?

Or has Murph always been this good? A lot of good players, successful players come to New York and do terribly. Murph, .291 career hitter, above league average, seemingly unaffected by the New York stigma, or was he? Was he always this guy and will he keep it up?
Some questions are better answered by a higher authority.

Even though the season has just begun, it’s safe to say the Nationals are pleased with their decision to sign Murph.

With his instant offense, great attitude and perfectly moisturized skin the Nats are wondering why the Mets would ever let him go?

They’ve decided the best way to answer their question is to honor the newly minted Beltway hero with a day to recognize his greatness, work ethic and impending 1,000th hit.

That’s right, on “ph” day, as it’s referred to in all internal memos, all players will wear an honorary “ph” at the end of their names.  Bakerph, Harperph, Werph, you get the picture.  The special Scherphzerph jersey with the double ph (one for each eye color) will be a game time decision. Fans will receive a complimentary chapstick at the gate and are asked to be in their seats a half an hour early.  Not for an on field ceremony honoring Murph but a hitting tutorial.

Anyone named Murphy will get half price admission to the game for obvious reasons.  Also Anyone with a pH level greater than 7 will get 30% off. So if your in DC  make sure to check your pH level to see if you qualify, bring your certified lab results to the will call window.

To promote this day Murph will be making a handful of appearances at DC landmarks.  Murph was overheard saying that he loves taking in the history and all the culture DC has to offer.  With the way he has been playing it won’t be long until there’s a Murph statue somewhere around town.

No posts from us for a long time. 

Personally I haven’t posted since the time when there was still a chance that Murph might return.


Frankly, we miss Murph. But what happened? How did we get here?

 All baseball players have to leave us at some point, they become free agents or they just get too old to play the game anymore.

The way that Murph left was the hardest part to deal with. All the years of him being included in trade talks, never being considered for an extension by the front office, yet always among the top performers on the team.

 The Mets last pitch to Murph was the Qualifying Offer. He didn’t swing at it, and after thinking there would be another pitch, the indicator said that was ball four and Murph, at least Mets Murph, had to take a walk, something we rarely saw.

 Here’s a guy who did nothing but want to help the Mets. He was a third baseman in the minors and seeing his path was blocked there, asked to learn second base. Before he could get one lesson, the Mets needed his bat and he was stationed in Left Field, a place he hadn’t been before. Then first base, then second finally, learning all at the major league level for the most part. We got to see it in the raw, something you don’t always see in the major leagues. But it was because of the bat.

 For me it was always the eyes, locked in on the pitcher, the head not moving through the swing. You can exasperate yourself trying to teach someone to hit a baseball. Whoever taught Murph, taught him well. And for whatever reason, as bad as the Mets were, I had to watch to see Murph hit.

 In the middle of last year, after he came back from the Disabled List, you could tell there was something different. He was swinging harder from the core, driving the ball instead of trying to shoot it. Then the playoffs. I won’t recap here, but just say Murph’s NLDS and NLCS were probably the best I have ever seen in my life. Totally awe inspiring. At times it felt as if the rest of the team wasn’t there. The best thing the Royals did for themselves was to neutralize Murph. They didn’t mind walking him, they weren’t pitching to him under any circumstance. Unfortunately, no one picked him up.

 So now, here we are. The Nats off to a hot start and no one hotter than Murph. If you truly appreciated Murph, you are not surprised. In just seven years a Met, he is at the top of the lists in many offensive categories, an all-time Met for sure, except no longer a Met.

 I’ll confess I rarely watch baseball playoffs if the Mets aren’t in it. But if Murph is in it this year, I would watch.

 Now we all have to move on, I hope I can. I am a Mets fan, but I will always follow Murph. My hope is that one day, when he is 38 he’ll return to the Mets just like Rusty Staub, who Murph shares a birthday with, and become their pinch hitter par excellence.

 Then I can watch that swing again.


Today, the character of the Mets changed when it was all but confirmed Murph won’t be back in Flushing.

Here at Oh Murph, we’ve been preparing for this day for quite some time.  We’re not surprised but we are sad.

Although we’re all self professed Murphaholics, we also considered ourselves educated and informed baseball fans.  Our love for Murph is a love for the game.  The way he plays is 100% heart.  Get on him all you want but whenever he makes you gasp in the field it stems from going too hard, never from lack of trying.

So today as a Mets fan my sadness is not because “my guy” isn’t here anymore.  It’s because the Mets lost a guy that plays the game the right way, puts team before self and always gives a complete effort.

My love for the Mets started long before I ever knew who Murph was and that won’t ever change.  Wherever he lands, a share of my fandom lands as well.  Not because I’ll be pulling for them, because I’ll be following Murph.  I know he’ll do well wherever he lands and whether the fans appreciate it or not he they’ve gained a great ballplayer who will excite at a far greater level than he’ll disappoint.

Oh Murph isn’t going anywhere.  We look forward to bringing you all the Murph info on his new home and contract, as well as many other firsts for Murph and for us as we embark on the next phase of this Murphtastic voyage.

We’ve done 404 posts and they’ve all been while Daniel Murphy was a member of the New York Mets.  Today is a new day, thanks for reading post 405.