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Tampa Tribune Jun 21, 2015

David Murphy hits sac fly in 9th, Indians edge Rays 1-0

CLEVELAND -- Roberto Perez slid home with the winning run on David Murphy's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the ninth inning, and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 1-0 on Sunday. Rays starter Alex Colome retired his first 16 batters, but Cody Anderson kept the game

Indians walk off against Tampa Bay Rays 1-0 on David Murphy sacrifice fly in ninth

The Indians didn’t get a lot of offense Sunday but did enough in the ninth to secure a 1-0 walk-off win against Tampa Bay at Progressive Field. The Indians loaded the bases with one out for David Murphy against Rays reliever Kevin Jepsen. Murphy, on a 3-1 count, drove Jepsen’s offering to center field, deep enough to score Roberto Perez from third on a close play at the plate. Rays catcher Curt Casali couldn’t handle Kevin Kiermaier’s throw as Perez slid into home. Rookie starting pitcher Cody Anderson was terrific in his major-league debut, throwing 7 2/3 innings of scoreless...
Plain Dealer Jun 18, 2015

Knuckleballs, grand slams and a lopsided score: Cleveland Indians outfielders Ryan Raburn, David Murphy take mound, endure rough results

"I thought I was going to be out of there in one pitch," Murphy said, "but they knew I wanted to be in there a little bit longer so they dropped the ball for me. So I was able to enjoy myself a little bit longer and give up a few missiles."
Akron Beacon Journal Jun 17, 2015

Cubs 17, Indians 0: Wednesday's One Last Thing on having some fun in the middle of a train wreck

The Indians were dismantled by the Chicago Cubs 17-0 Wednesday night. The Cubs scored 10 runs in the first three innings and then, with the bullpen depleted, added seven more in the ninth. Wednesday’s One Last Thing: It’s never wanted, but David Murphy got to have a little fun amidst a train wreck. Murphy never wants a game to reach this situation, of course. But when it’s already 10-0 in the ninth and your platoon partner has thrown 20-plus pitches, why not have a little fun? Ryan Raburn started the ninth, got two outs and then Murphy was called in to pitch, little league...
News-Herald Jun 5, 2015
Cleveland Indians notes: David Murphy, Ryan Raburn platoon proves productive

Cleveland Indians notes: David Murphy, Ryan Raburn platoon proves productive

One of the best players on the Indians is two players.Left-handed hitting David Murphy and right-handed hitting Ryan Raburn are virtually one player because when one is in the lineup the other isn't. Doesn't matter who's in and who's out because both hit.The two outfielders/designated hitters are hitting a combined .
Plain Dealer Jun 5, 2015
David Murphy's double eludes Lorenzo Cain, reaps big rewards for Cleveland Indians

David Murphy's double eludes Lorenzo Cain, reaps big rewards for Cleveland Indians

David Murphy didn't exhale until he saw the ball drop beyond the reach of Kansas City center fielder Lorenzo Cain for a key double in the third inning on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium.

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