Ex-Blue Jay Patrick Murphy's Fiancée Wows with Baby's 1-Month Milestone

Patrick Murphy's Inspiring Path from Surgery to MLB Success

by Nouman Rasool
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Ex-Blue Jay Patrick Murphy's Fiancée Wows with Baby's 1-Month Milestone
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In a heartwarming Instagram update, former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Patrick Murphy and his fiancée, Landin Berryman, recently marked a significant family milestone – their baby Liv's one-month anniversary. Berryman's Instagram was flooded with adorable pictures of the baby, accompanied by an endearing caption that read, "Little Liv is one month old today !!!

she truly is such an angel & we are so lucky that she is ours love you more than you’ll ever know baby girl!" This touching moment has garnered a wave of support and admiration from fans, with one commenting, "Most precious ever." The couple, who have been delighting their followers with personal updates, previously announced their engagement in July 2023 on the same platform.

Berryman also shared the joyous news of her pregnancy on Instagram, keeping their fans engaged with their journey into parenthood.

Murphy's Resilient Journey

Arizona native Patrick Murphy, known for his resilience in overcoming challenges like undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2012, was drafted in the third round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Blue Jays.

Initially committed to the University of Oregon for college baseball, Murphy chose the professional path when the Blue Jays offered a $500K signing bonus. This decision led him to Dunedin, Florida, for rehabilitation. Murphy's major league journey began with the Blue Jays in September 2020, making an impressive debut against the Philadelphia Phillies.

In his rookie season, he pitched six innings, achieving a remarkable 1.50 ERA with five strikeouts, though without a win-loss record. Unfortunately, his subsequent season was marred by a shoulder strain, leading to a 60-day injured list placement in February.

August 14, 2021, saw a new chapter for Murphy when the Washington Nationals claimed him off waivers. He joined their triple-A affiliate, the Rochester Red Wings. His tenure with Washington, however, was brief, marked by six appearances in 2022, recording a 6.35 ERA and four strikeouts over 5.2 innings.

The 2023 season brought new opportunities as Murphy signed a minor league contract with the Minnesota Twins. However, a call-up to the roster eluded him. In November of the same year, he ventured overseas, signing with the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters of Nippon Professional Baseball, embarking on a new chapter in his international baseball career.

As Murphy navigates his professional journey, his personal life flourishes, with fans and followers eagerly watching and supporting this growing family's journey.

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