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2022 26.51.9 9 1 1 8 .303
2021 158.51.6 35 11 34 40 .202
2020 .000
3y Avg. 1182 22 10 25 20 1 .235
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Murphy (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday. Murphy's move to the 60-day IL is simply procedural, as the Mariners announced last week that the catcher will require season-ending shoulder surgery. Luis Torrens (shoulder) landed on the 10-day IL on Monday, so Andrew Knapp is on the active roster to serve as the primary backup to Cal Raleigh behind the plate.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Requires season-ending surgery

    Murphy (shoulder) will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Murphy sustained his shoulder injury in early May and suffered a setback several weeks later. The 31-year-old started to ramp up his rehab process recently after being shut down and received a PRP injection, but he'll ultimately require a procedure that will force him to miss the remainder of the season. Cal Raleigh and Luis Torrens should continue to serve as the Mariners' top two options behind the dish.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Ramping rehab back up

    Murphy (shoulder) is back to doing work in the batting cage following a temporary shutdown of his rehab process, the Associated Press reports. The veteran backstop is both batting and catching balls from a machine as he begins to ramp his rehab work following a pause. Murphy had previously been shut down for 10 days due to a lack of responsiveness from his shoulder, so the fact he seems to be increasing his activity level without any reported setbacks is encouraging.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Shut down for 10 days

    Murphy will refrain from participation in baseball activities for 10 days due to a lack of responsiveness from his injured left shoulder, Craig Forde of MLB.com reports. "He's not ready to go," manager Scott Servais said. "As much as he's tried to push it and as hard as he's worked, it just hasn't picked up the momentum it's needed to." The veteran backstop therefore looks likely to be sidelined until early-to-mid-June at the earliest. Murphy had been enjoying a fruitful start to the season that included a .303 average, .894 OPS and a 19.5 percent walk rate, but he'll be out for at least a couple more weeks and is now likely to need a multi-game rehab assignment before he's deemed ready for activation.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Suffers setback in recovery

    Murphy (shoulder) has suffered a setback in his recovery process, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. The Mariners were hopeful that Murphy would be able to return from the injured list during the team's weekend series in Boston since the backstop recently took swings in the batting cage and caught a bullpen session. However, he won't be back in action this weekend following his setback. It's not yet clear whether Murphy will be in the mix to be activated once the Mariners return home early next week.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Could return for Boston series

    Murphy (shoulder) continues to take swings in the batting cage and is expected to catch a bullpen session Wednesday, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports. Manager Scott Servais said he's optimistic that Murphy will be ready to return from the 10-day injured list at some point during the Mariners' upcoming series in Boston that begins Thursday. Once Murphy is activated, he's expected to form a timeshare at catcher with Luis Torrens. The Mariners will likely send Cal Raleigh to Triple-A Tacoma whenever Murphy is deemed ready to go.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Takes swings Friday

    Murphy (shoulder) took swings in the cage Friday, Daniel Kramer of MLB.com reports. Murphy has been on the injured list with a dislocated left shoulder for nearly a week, and manager Scott Servais said Friday that the backstop isn't yet feeling 100 percent. The Mariners are currently on a road trip that runs through next Sunday, and Servais indicated that it's possible Murphy will be able to return sometime late in the road trip.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Placed on 10-day IL

    Murphy (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday. Murphy suffered a dislocated left shoulder Friday against the Rays, and manager Scott Servais said that the backstop will be out for a while. While a timetable for Murphy's return isn't yet clear, Cal Raleigh was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma to provide catching depth behind Luis Torrens.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Slated to miss time

    Manager Scott Servais said Friday that Murphy (shoulder) will be out for a while, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports. Murphy was removed from Friday's loss to the Rays after sustaining a dislocated left shoulder, and the backstop will presumably land on the injured list following Servais' update. Cal Raleigh is a likely candidate to rejoin the major-league club as catching depth behind Luis Torrens.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Exits with dislocated shoulder

    Murphy left Saturday's game against the Rays with a dislocated left shoulder. He was recently dealing with neck spasms, and now he will presumably need a stint on the injured list. Luis Torrens replaced him behind the dish. Cal Raleigh could be summoned from Triple-A if Murphy is indeed set for an extended absence.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Back in action Friday

    Murphy (neck) is starting at catcher and batting ninth Friday against the Rays. The 31-year-old was scratched from Thursday's lineup with neck spasms, but his absence will be limited to only one game. Murphy has a .946 OPS for the season but is 0-for-8 with three walks and six strikeouts across his last six contests.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Dealing with neck spasms

    Murphy was scratched from Thursday's lineup due to neck spasms, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. The injury is not expected to hold Murphy out long term, and the hope is that he can return at some point during the team's weekend series against the Rays. Even so, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Luis Torrens draw a start behind the plate Friday to allow Murphy an additional day of rest.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Scratched Thursday

    Murphy was scratched from Thursday's lineup against the Rays for undisclosed reasons, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Murphy was slated to return to the Mariners' lineup after sitting Wednesday. Luis Torrens -- already in the lineup as the designated hitter -- is now behind the plate, while Adam Frazier enters the lineup to hit ninth and serve as the designated hitter.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Takes seat Wednesday

    Murphy is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Astros. Murphy started in three of the past four games, but he went 0-for-7 with five strikeouts and two walks over that stretch to drop his season average to .323. He should see a slight uptick in opportunities following the recent demotion of Cal Raleigh to Triple-A Tacoma, but Luis Torrens looks like Option 1A behind the plate for the Mariners at this time.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Remains on bench

    Murphy will sit Friday against the Marlins. Murphy seemed like he could be in line for a larger share of catching duties after Cal Raleigh was optioned Thursday. That hasn't been the case thus far, however, as it's been Luis Torrens who's gotten the start in two straight games.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Not starting Thursday

    Murphy isn't starting Thursday against the Rays. Murphy should see an uptick in playing time behind the dish after Cal Raleigh was sent down Thursday, but he'll get a day off in the series finale against Tampa Bay. Luis Torrens will start at catcher and bat ninth.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Continues raking Saturday

    Murphy went 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and two runs in a win over the Royals on Saturday. The veteran backstop continued to rip the cover off the ball in Saturday's 13-run breakout, authoring his first multi-hit effort since his first start of the season. Murphy has made the most of his seven appearances thus far, producing a .421 average and 1.174 OPS across his first 24 plate appearances.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Scores thrice in Friday's win

    Murphy went 1-for-2 with two walks and three runs in a win over the Astros on Friday. The hot-hitting catcher pushed his average and on-base percentage to .500 and .636, respectively, with his highly active day at the plate and on the basepaths. The sample size of 11 plate appearances on the season for Murphy is miniscule, but it's nevertheless encouraging to see the veteran backstop hit safely in each of his first three games after producing a disappointing .202/.304/.350 slash line across 97 games a season ago.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Homers, scores twice

    Murphy went 2-for-3 with a home run, a walk and two runs scored in a 4-3 win Saturday in Minnesota. Murphy walked and scored in the third and hit a solo home run in the fifth off starter Sonny Gray. It was the season debut for Murphy, as Cal Raleigh started on Opening Day. Murphy is a defense-first catcher but has hit for power at the major-league level.
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  • Mariners' Tom Murphy: Avoids arbitration with Seattle

    Murphy signed a one-year, $1.575 million contract with the Mariners on Tuesday to avoid arbitration, Kiley McDaniel of ESPN.com reports. Murphy is in his second year of arbitration eligibility after splitting time behind the plate with Cal Raleigh and Luis Torrens last season. Murphy hit .202/.304/.350 with 11 home runs in 34 RBI in 97 games, and the Mariners are entering 2022 with the same group of catchers.
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