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Mariners’ C Tom Murphy (foot) is healthy and participating in full workouts this offseason.
Murphy continues to recover from a broken bone in his left foot, but is fully healthy and expected to be ready by Spring Training. He will compete for the Mariners’ starting catcher position with Luis Torrens in 2021. Murphy slashed .273/.324/.535 across 281 plate appearances for the Mariners in 2019.
C Tom Murphy's broken foot is not fully healed. No other course of action has been taken, but he will try to fully recover for the 2021 campaign.
Murphy missed of all the 2020 season due to a broken bone he suffered in his left foot during summer camp. He is still not fully healed from the injury and will look to be ready by the time Spring Training rolls around. Murphy is expected to be in a timeshare with Luis Torrens behind the plate for 2021.
Tom Murphy (foot) was transferred to the 45-day injured list Tuesday.
Murphy had a setback in his recovery from a broken foot and was transferred to the 45-day injured list. He won’t be able to return from the IL until September 4th. Austin Nola will continue to handle catching duties for the Mariners while Murphy is sidelined.
Mariners' manager Scott Servais commented on Monday that catcher Tom Murphy was not close to a return.
Murphy has been sidelined with metatarsal fracture in his left foot since July fifth. Austin Nola will continue to catch in his absence.
Tom Murphy (foot) is feeling better, but there is “no timetable for his return.”
Murphy’s foot injury is described at “unique” and there is no timetable for this return. He continues to participate in light catching work, but has yet to ramp up his activity to be ready for game action. Murphy remains day-to-day. Austin Nola will continue to handle catching duties until Murphy is able to return.