"As soon as I saw (the ump) point at him, I automatically threw off the hoodie and got loose, so I didn't really have much time to think about it," said Murphy, who joined the Rangers at the end of spring training. "It's always nice when you don't start the game just to come in and contribute like that."
"It was nice to see the bottom of the order come through like that," Murphy said. "It's fun, because normally you don't see that. Odor, the day he had, that was unbelievable, and Martin, it was fun watching him too. I'm glad that we were productive for the team today."