Daniel Murphy has spent his entire professional career with the New York Mets, 10 years since being drafted back in 2006, including the last seven with the big league club.
The Nationals entered this offseason looking for a left-handed bat and an upgrade at second base, with a preference for defensive versatility if they could swing it.
In an interview with CSN Mid-Atlantic, Daniel Murphy said this about the prospect of facing former Mets teammates Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard in 2016:
Daniel Murphy all of a sudden become a homer-hitting slugger in the 2015 playoffs. Can he keep that up?
The Nationals introduced their biggest offseason acquisition so far on Thursday, as second baseman Daniel Murphy made official his jump from the NL East rival Mets to Washington, where he is signe