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Dale Murphy - Some after retirement activities

Some players struggle with what to do after retirement. It can be a challenge when most of your life has been playing a sport. After retiring from baseball,  Dale Murphy served from 1997 to 2000 as president of the Massachusetts Boston Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  117 more words

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Dale Murphy - He is also an author

Dale Murphy is talented in many ways. He has written three books. The first, The Scouting Report on Professional Athletics, elaborates details of the professional athlete’s lifestyle. 175 more words

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Food-Issue Friday: 1979 Hostess Dale Murphy. Or, Happy Belated Birthday to Me

I celebrated my forty-fifth birthday earlier this week, and for the first time in a long time I was actually looking forward to the day. It wasn’t because of the unexpected, nor was it because I enjoy the body breaking down; no, my interest was rooted in the anticipation of what I knew I was getting for my present. 201 more words

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Dale Murphy traded to the Phillies (August 4, 1990)

August 4, 1990 was a sad day. The Atlanta Braves trade Dale Murphy to the Phillies for Jeff Parrett, Jim Vatcher and Victor Rosario.

The move did make way for the youngster David Justice to return to right field and win the Rookie-of-the-Year Award.

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National League and Dale Murphy beat the Junior Circuit (July 10, 1984)

Now this will expose my bias but I am clear on that. You will see a lot of references to the All-Star game and the Junior Circuit. 83 more words

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10 things to know about Dale Murphy (1976 - 1990)

So a little background on Dale (Bryan) Murphy.

  1. He was born March 12, 1956 in Portland, Oregon.
  2. He was an outfielder and first baseman but started as a catcher.
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Players with the Awful Career Statistics Against Greg Maddux

Greg Maddux was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014. In nearly every pitching category Maddux was a success. Of course this couldn’t have been done without a little help from a few hitters who never quite figured him out. 441 more words