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Chronicle-Telegram May 26, 2015

Tribe notes: Murphy proving his worth

CLEVELAND — Once the Indians traded for slugger Brandon Moss this winter, many thought David Murphy was on his way out of Cleveland. But close to two months into the season, Murphy’s not only still here, he’s playing a key role as one of the Indians’ most productive hitters, batting .330 with five doubles, three Read More...The post Tribe notes: Murphy proving his worth appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
Akron Beacon Journal May 25, 2015

Indians outfielder David Murphy getting little respect despite .330 average; Terry Francona gets no respect in his own apartment building

CLEVELAND: Indians outfielder David Murphy has quietly been one of the Indians’ best hitters. He hasn’t garnered too many headlines, in part because he’s quiet by nature and in part because he’s often viewed as the sixth outfielder on the team. The Indians also often pinch-hit Ryan Raburn when a left-handed relief pitcher enters the game.Still, Murphy has been hitting fifth or sixth lately and has found himself in the middle of some key situations. And entering Monday’s game, he’s hitting .330 with three home runs and 10 RBI. He’s had the added benefit of having 87 of his 88...
Chronicle-Telegram May 25, 2015

Indians notes: David Murphy still here and producing

CLEVELAND — Once the Indians traded for slugger Brandon Moss this winter, many thought David Murphy was on his way out of Cleveland. But close to two months into the season, Murphy’s not only still here, he’s playing a key role as one of the Indians’ most productive hitters, batting .330 with five doubles, three Read More...The post Indians notes: David Murphy still here and producing appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
Plain Dealer May 21, 2015

Has David Murphy gone from trade chip to indispensible for Cleveland Indians?

David Murphy, on a team full of left-handed hitting outfielders, has done a good job of making himself irreplaceable. And that has to be one of the biggest surprises of the early season for the Indians.

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