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31. Daniel Murphy

 Daniel Murphy only played two and a half seasons with the Washington Nationals, which came after a long run with the New York Mets where he was poised to be a star in Gotham.

41. Daniel Murphy

Daniel Murphy had a good run with the New York Mets where he averaged .288 over seven seasons.  The Second Basemen was named an All Star in 2014, and while 2015 saw him put up decreased numbers he exploded by batting .529 in the NLCS where he was named the MVP.   After collecting 967 Hits for New York, Murphy would sign as a Free Agent with the Washington Nationals where he won the Slugging and OPS Title and finished second in MVP voting.
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