Daniel Murphy in 2017

By Evan W.,4H

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Daniel Murphy at bat at spring training on March 18, 2016.  Taken by Flickr user slgckgc.

 In 2016, Daniel Murphy had an amazing season. He could have won the Batting Title if it wasn’t for the Rockies. I think the chance of Daniel Murphy being good in 2017 is a 85% out of 100%. He is a guy who hits for power. He can hit off of great pitchers like Clayton Kershaw, Jake Arrieta and Noah Syndergaard. He can get pitchers out of games and send balls deep. He is an All Star second baseman. In the 2016 season, he dominated the New York Mets.

This guy Daniel Murphy is an unstoppable in hitting and makes very few errors. He would be a great Home Run Derby player. I would really like to meet him in person. I bet he can hit balls 490 feet into the outfield. I would want to put in a good and refreshed pitcher. On the Mets, he was only famous for fielding and on the Nats he is famous for both. He had a great season. Will Daniel Murphy continue his great hitting and fielding?

He was born on April 1, 1985 in Jacksonville Florida and now he is 31. He went to Jacksonville College. He is 6 feet 1 inch. He is 222 lbs. He batted 347 and had 25 home runs. He had 104 runs batted in and his on base percentage was 390. This is what I think about Daniel Murphy in 2017.

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