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After hitting one home run off a left-handed pitcher in the regular seas on, he’s hit two off Clayt on Kershaw and one off Jon Lester in the playoffs. “Sometimes on this team you can get overshadowed by all the stars t hat are here,” Mets man- a ger Terry Collins said. “In the past when Jose (Reyes) and Carlos (Beltran) and Johan (Santana) and David (Wright), I m ean, there’s been a host o f guys that have come through here, and Dan Murphy has been that one steady guy that you look up (and realize) he plays h ard. He’s always coming through for you. He learned how to play second. He’s done a good job. Y ou put him at first, he never says a word. He’s a baseball player. I’m not surprised at anything that he does.” A free agent at the end o f the year, Murphy’s future with the Mets is uncertain, but his present has become one of the breakout performances o f the postseason. “ I don’t think this is a phase for him,” general manager Sandy Alderson said. “I think that in some ways he’s a fundamental- l y different hitter than he w as as recently as three, four months ago.” That different approach, Murphy said, started after some mid- s eason work with hitting coach Kevin Long. In the final two months of the season, Murphy hit .296 a nd slugged .533 including four home runs and 11 extra-base hits during one 13-game stretch at the end of September. “ We really starting h unting pitches in the middle of the plate in,” Murphy said. “That was the biggest thing that we did. I started getting, I t hink, a little more ag- g ressive, so we’ve kind of talked and found out, what are my strengths and what are my weaknesses. He really helped me to p lay as much as I could to o ne of my biggest strengths, I think, which is that I don’t swing and miss a lot. So if I can get a good pitch to hit, there’s a g ood chance I should be able to hit it hard.” Murphy turns 31on April 1. If this is his last s tint in Queens, he’s leaving a lasting impression. “He’s a baseball junkie,” Collins said. “You know, when you spend as m uch time as I have in the g ame, you love those guys. So that’s why I love being around Dan, because it’s about playing the game.” Notes Familia getting workout from bullpen: From August 1through the end o f the regular season, M ets closer Jeurys Familia got more than three outs in a game only once. Barely a week into the postseason, he’s done it t hree times. With the back end of the Mets bullpen full of uncertainty, manager Terr y Collins has leaned on Familia to serve as his own setup man; six outs in the clinching game of the division series and four o uts in the opener of the N LCS. “I've always known this kid could go multiple innings,” Collins said. “What you try to do during t he season is have him ( available) as many days in a row as possible, so you don't want him to get so many outs in one night.” Early in the year, Fami lia was regularly getting f our, five, even six outs. Experienced trade additions Tyler Clippard and Addison Reed, though, beefed up the bullpen. So f ar in the playoffs, though, Familia has carried the heaviest bullpen workload. A ll signs point to Harvey in Game 5: Collins wouldn’t fully commit to it, but it seems all but certain Matt Harvey will be t he Mets’ chosen starter f or Game 5. He was hit in the triceps by a come- backer on Saturday night, but there’s no indication that will cause a problem g oing forward. W right rolling through struggles: Mets captain David Wright is off to a slow start in the posteason with one hit in h is first 19 at-bats. C had Jennings covers baseball for the Westchester, N.Y. Journal News Murphy Continued from Page 1D POSTSEASON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES (Best-of-7;x-if necessary) American League Friday,Oct.16:Kansas City 5,Toronto 0 Saturday,Oct.17:Kansas City 6,Toronto 3 Monday:Kansas City (Cueto 11-13) at Toronto (Stroman 4-0),8:07 p.m.(FS1) Tuesday:Kansas City (Young 11-6) at Toronto (Dickey 11-11),4:07 p.m.(FS1) x-Wednesday:Kansas City at Toronto,4:07 p .m.(FS1) x -Friday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m. (FS1) x -Saturday:Toronto at Kansas City,8:07 p.m.(FS1) National League All games televised by TBS Saturday,Oct.17:New York 4,Chicago 2 Sunday,Oct.18:Chicago at New York Tuesday:New York (deGrom 14-8) at Chicago (Hendricks 8-7),8:07 p.m. Wednesday:New York (Matz 4-0) at Chic ago (Hammel 10-7),8:07 p.m. x-Thursday:New York at Chicago, 8:07 p.m. x-Saturday:Chicago at New York, 4:07 x -Sunday:Chicago at New York,8:07 p.m. This Date In Baseball Oct.19 1972 — The Oakland A’s rallied for two n inth-inning runs for a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds to take a 3-1lead in the World Series. 1976 — The Cincinnati Reds took a 3-0 lead over the New York Yankees in the World Series with a 6-2 victory at Yankee Stadium.Cin- cinnati designated hitter Dan Driessen had a s ingle,double,home run and a walk to lead the attack.Jim Mason had a solo homer in the seventh inning for the only home run by the Y ankees in the series. 1981— Los Angeles’ Rick Monday hit a ninth-inning home run to give the Dodgers a 2 -1victory over the Montreal Expos and the National League pennant. 1986 — The Boston Red Sox took a 2-0 lead i n the World Series with a 9-3 rout of the New York Mets.The Red Sox had 18 hits,and battered Dwight Gooden for six runs in five in- n ings. 1999 — Kenny Rogers walked Andruw Jones with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 11th inning,sending the Atlanta Braves to the World Series with a 10-9 v ictory over the New York Mets in Game 6 of the NL Championship Series. 2004 — Curt Schilling,pitching on an ankle t endon that needed three stitches the day before,gave up one run over seven innings for the Red Sox.Boston beat the New York Yank ees 4-2 to save their season for the third day in a row and force a Game 7 for the AL pennant and a trip to the World Series. 2 005 — Roy Oswalt allowed three hits over seven innings and struck out six as Houston clinched its first World Series berth with a 5-1 w in over St.Louis in Game 6 of the NLCS. 2006 — Yadier Molina hit a tiebreaking homer in the ninth to help St.Louis beat New York 3-1in Game 7 of the NL Championship Series.St.Louis overcame Endy Chavez’s as- t ounding grab at the wall to pull back a drive by Scott Rolen that was headed for a tie- breaking,two-run homer. 2 008 — The Tampa Bay Rays held off the defending champion Boston Red Sox 3-1be- hind Matt Garza’s masterful pitching in Game 7 of the AL Championship Series. 2009 — Jeff Mathis drove home Howie Kendrick with a two-out double in the 11th i nning,and the Angels survived a second straight ALCS thriller,beating New York 5-4 to trim the Yankees’ series lead to 2-1. 2 009 — Jimmy Rollins lined a two-run double with two outs in the ninth inning off closer Jonathan Broxton and the Philadelphia Phillies rallied past the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 for a 3-1lead in the NLCS. 2 013 — Shane Victorino’s seventh-inning grand slam propelled Boston to a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers,clinching the ALCS in s ix games.With 21-game winner Max Scherzer on the mound,Detroit took a 2-1lead in the sixth inning and held it until Boston load- e d the bases on a double,a walk and an error by shortstop Jose Iglesias.Victorino lofted an 0-2 pitch from Jose Veras over the Green M onster. Today’s birthdays:Jordan Lyles, 25;Carson Smith,26;Daniel Descalso,29;Josh Tomlin. MLB STANDINGS EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA Montreal 66001 2 2 0 7 T ampa Bay642081915 Ottawa 632171 9 1 7 F lorida53206169 Detroit532061513 Boston523041821 Toronto513131217 Buffalo 5140291 4 Metropolitan Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA N.Y.Islanders531171715 N.Y.Rangers632171415 Washington431061310 Philadelphia 4211571 0 P ittsburgh5230479 New Jersey51313814 Carolina514021117 Columbus606001330 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GPWLOTPtsGFGA St.Louis6510102114 Dallas541081913 Nashville 541081 4 9 W innipeg 642082 0 1 3 M innesota 531171 4 1 5 C hicago633061414 Colorado422041514 Pacific Division G P WLO T P ts G F G A San Jose54108178 Vancouver53117159 Arizona532061611 Anaheim51313512 Los Angeles41302413 Edmonton514021015 C algary514021019 NOTE:Two points for a win,one for overtime loss. Sunday’s Games New Jersey 2,N.Y.Rangers 1,OT S t.Louis 4,Winnipeg 2 Anaheim 4,Minnesota 1 Edmonton at Vancouver Colorado at Los Angeles Monday’s Games San Jose at N.Y.Rangers,7 p.m. Summaries Devils 2,Rangers 1(OT) N ew Jersey 0101—2 N.Y.Rangers 1000—1 First Period— 1,N.Y.Rangers,Stepan 3 (Lindberg),3:12. Second Period— 2,New Jersey,Henrique 3 ( Cammalleri,Severson),1:52. Third Period— None. Overtime —3,New Jersey,Stempniak 1 ( Henrique,Greene),3:07. Shots on Goal— New Jersey 6-11-5-2—24. N.Y.Rangers 9-8-8-2—27. Power-play opportunities —New Jersey 0 of 3;N.Y.Rangers 0 of 2. Goalies— New Jersey,Schneider 1-1-1(27 s hots-26 saves).N.Y.Rangers,Lundqvist 3-2-1 (24-22). A— 18,006 (18,006). T— 2:23. Blues 4,Jets 2 St.Louis 022—4 Winnipeg 020—2 First Period— None. Second Period— 1,St.Louis,Tarasenko 4 (Jaskin,Lehtera),3:27.2,Winnipeg,Perreault 1(Wheeler,Little),4:31(pp).3,St.Louis, Up- shall 2 (Jaskin,Edmundson),9:42.4,Winnipeg,Stafford 2 (Ehlers,Scheifele), 12:27 (pp). Third Period— 5,St.Louis,Tarasenko 5 (Go- mez,Gunnarsson),9:50.6,St.Louis,Gunnars- s on 1(Parayko,Backes),18:53 (pp). Shots on Goal— St.Louis 10-14-17—41. Winnipeg 12-11-6—29. Power-play opportunities —St.Louis 1of 6;Winnipeg 2 of 7. Goalies— St.Louis,Elliott 4-0-0 (29 shots-27 s aves).Winnipeg,Pavelec 2-2-0 (41-37). A— 15,294 (15,016). T— 2:44. Ducks 4,Wild 1 Minnesota 100—1 Anaheim 202—4 First Period— 1,Anaheim,Fowler 1(Getzlaf, Hagelin),10:08.2,Minnesota,Niederreiter 2 ( Koivu),12:55.3,Anaheim,Rakell 1(Lindholm,Perry),16:01. Second Period— None. Third Period— 4,Anaheim,Santorelli 1(Hor- coff,Maroon),8:58.5,Anaheim,Lindholm 1, 18:51(en). Shots on Goal— Minnesota 6-13-16—35. A naheim 9-3-10—22. Power-play opportunities —Minnesota 0 of 1;Anaheim 0 of 2. Goalies— Minnesota,Dubnyk 3-1-0 (21 shots-18 saves).Anaheim,Khudobin 1-1-0 (35-34). A— 16,784 (17,174). T— 18:51. Calendar Nov.6 — Hockey Hall of Fame game:Detroit at Toronto. Nov.9 — Hockey Hall of Fame induction at T oronto. No.10 — General managers meetings at Toronto. Dec.1— Signing deadline for Group 2 free agents,5 p.m.EST. Dec.7-8 — Board of governors meetings at Pebble Beach,Calif. NHL Vladimir Tarasenko delivered the knockout p unch for the St. Louis B lues T arasenko scored twice and Brian Elliott made 26 saves in the streaking Blues’ 4-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Sunday. “We won the street fight. That was a good, old-fashioned street fight,” St. Louis coach K en Hitchcock said. “It w as a lot of fun and we w on the street fight. It was close, hard fought. The teams really get after each other.” T arasenko gave the B lues a 3-2 lead on a del ayed penalty midway through the third period, firing a shot past goalie Ondrej Pavelec and into the corner of the net for his fifth goal of the season. The Blues have won four straight to improve to 5-1-0. They will finish t heir six-game trip at M ontreal on Tuesday. “ It’s a tough road trip. We had something like three games in 72 hours,” Tarasenko said. “We have o ne more game against an u nbeaten team.” S cottie Upshall and Carl Gunnarsson also scored for St. Louis. “I think we’ve shown we can play with anybody,” Hitchcock said. “We’ve sustained very significant injuries here already and yet we’ve still found ways to score goals, w hich is a good sign.” N ikolaj Ehlers and M athieu Perreault scored for Winnipeg, and Pavelec stopped 37 shots. The Jets dropped to 4-2-0. “ I like our start. I t hought our first period w e were on top of it. Our pace was just off a little bit,” Jets captain Andrew Ladd said. Tarasenko opened the scoring at 3:27 of the second with a nifty move and aperfectly placed shot over Pavelec’s glove. Tarasenko broke the t ied at 9:50 of the third, a nd Gunnarsson added a p ower-play goal with 1:07 left. Devils 2, Rangers 1 (OT): Lee Stempniak s cored at 3:07 of overtime a nd the New Jersey Devi ls finally gave new coach John Hynes a victory with awin over the New York Rangers. Adam Henrique, who scored early in the second period, made the cross-ice pass that Stempniak fired past his former teammate Henrik Lundqvist to end t he 3-on-3 overtime. D ucks 4, Wild 1: Anton K hudobin rebounded from a rough outing with 34 saves, and the Anaheim Ducks got goals from C am Fowler, Rickard Rak ell and Mike Santorelli to b eat the Minnesota Wild for their first victory of the season. Khudobin, who was pulled less than 13 minutes into a 4-0 loss the Arizona Coyotes last Wednesday after giving up three goals on eight shots in his Ducks debut, got another c hance against the club t hat drafted him in 2004. NHL Tarasenko boosts Blues to beat Jets ASSOCIATED PRESS

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