Former Atlanta Braves outfielder Dale Murphy joined Nick Hamelin and Jeff Snider on the latest episode of the 5-Tool Podcast. They discussed a wide range of baseball topics, including bat flips, the Hall of Fame, current players Murphy would have loved to play with, the best conversations he had at first base, and quite a bit more.

Murphy was a seven-time All-Star, a five-time Gold Glove winner, and a two-time National League Most Valuable Player. He hit 398 career home runs, which was 29th on the all-time list when he retired but has since dropped down to 56th. Throughout his career (and since), he has been widely regarded as one of the nicest guys to ever play in the big leagues.

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Jeff J. Snider

Jeff J. Snider is a Dodger fan, transplanted from Southern California to the land of NBA and college football fans in Utah. He recently woke up from a really weird dream where he spent over a decade in a career that had nothing to do with baseball or writing, and he's glad that is over.

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