Veteran Infielder Daniel Murphy has, according to several reports, basically agreed to a deal with the Colorado Rockies.
The deal is valid for two years and $ 24 million, as reported by Yahoo Sports for the first time.
Murphy has spent most of his career on the second base, where the Rockies are set to replace friendly freelancer DJ LeMahieu. However, Murphy is expected to play primarily on the first base for Colorado.
After two outstanding seasons at the Nationals, Murphy, who turns 34 in April, traded without scrapping the playoffs against Chicago Cubs three weeks after the end of last season for Class A infielder Andruw Monasterio, and one Player who should earn his name or money.
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Prior to trading, Murphy hit .366 with runners in the hit position, the best score of anyone who had at least 500 record appearances.
Murphy, who has also won two Silver Slugger Awards, said he was "surprised" when he learned he was traded to the Cubs and called the move "bittersweet". 19659008] Daniel Murphy will move to the Rockies after playing for the Cubs last season. AP Photo / Laurence Kesterson
He finished the 2018 season with an average of 2999 with 12 homers, 15 doubles and 42 RBIs in a combination of 328 bats with Washington and Chicago. He made 17.5 million dollars.
The left-hander Murphy was a big hit during his time in Washington. He finished second in the national league in average and was the first double victory both in the 2016 season and 2017. He earned two all-star nicks.
In 2017, he beat .342 with a hit of .542 points, 43 doubles, 23 homers and 93 RBIs. In the last games of the defeat against the Cubs in Washington, the NL Division Series, Murphy felt something with his knee. He had an operation that included cartilage repair, about a week after the Nationals left. The doctors told him the recovery would be four to six months, but the rehabilitation took longer than expected.
The injuries limited Murphy in 2013 to 10 spring training bats in 2013 and 17 in 2015. In those seasons, he reached 286 and .281.
Prior to joining the Nationals, Murphy was a post-season star in the 2015 New York Mets when he held six consecutive postseason games in a record and was voted NLP Series MVP
Murphy debuted in 2008 The Mets is a left fielder and has a career averaging 299 hits, taking 11th place among active players, and 641 RBIs in 1,280 games.