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Topic - Daniel Murphy
Tony Perez was on the road with the Cincinnati Reds in 1966 when he got the call that his first child was on the way. There was no discussion about leaving the team to attend Victor's birth, no such thing as paternity leave.
Looks like we need another primer on priorities.
Dale Murphy, New York Mets second baseman, wasn't at opening day Monday, but he had an excuse — his wife Tori was in labor. But it was Murphy's decision to stay with his new child and wife has caused controversy amid sports fans.
Daniel Murphy is proud he put fatherhood ahead of baseball, and New York Mets manager Terry Collins thinks criticism his second baseman received for taking paternity leave this week was unfair.
The New York Mets' opening-day lineup is not exactly what they had in mind.
Last time we checked, the Mitchell Park Conservatory, a.k.a. the Domes, wasn't surrounded by water, a sandy beach or snowy peaks.
The New York Mets have put star shortstop Jose Reyes on the disabled list with another hamstring problem and say infielder Daniel Murphy is likely done for the season because of a knee injury.
Mets shortstop Jose Reyes has a strained left hamstring and his return to lineup will be determined later while infielder Daniel Murphy is likely done for the season because of a knee injury.
Chipper Jones tossed the ball to first base for the final out and pumped his fist emphatically.
Mets shortstop Jose Reyes left Sunday's game against Atlanta because of stiffness in his left hamstring, the same spot that landed him on the disabled list last month.
Daniel Murphy doesn't care where he plays, so long as he can compete.
New York Mets' Daniel Murphy (28) shouts and pumps his fist after he scored a run as Arizona Diamondbacks' Miguel Montero (26) pauses at home plate during the third inning of a baseball game on Monday, April 14, 2014, in Phoenix.
"He was the only one screaming," Murphy said of Noah, before quipping, "I wanted to."