While Murphy’s production seems to have plateaued, he still entered last night tied for fifth among National League second basemen in OPS. Granted, most of the sport’s best second basemen are in the American League Robinson Cano, Ian Kinsler, Dustin Pedroia, but even with that, Murphy entered last night tied for ninth among MLB second basemen in OPS. So if he’s going to be a top-10 second baseman in terms of production, that’s valuable. And that’s probably fine for a couple million dollars per year.Still, it’s disheartening to the Mets Murphy doesn’t seem to be getting better
My book! $9 for paperback, $3 for eBook/kindle.