Daniel Murphy keeps turning those Citi Field boos into booms.
Murphy hit his seventh home run this year against the team that let him go last winter, lining an early drive off the facing of the upper deck and leading the Washington Nationals over the New York Mets 3-2 Sunday.
"That guy's the real deal. He's definitely a cyborg right now," winning pitcher Gio Gonzalez said.
"You don't know what to throw him," he said. "You might have to throw him pingpong balls."
Murphy tops the majors with a .348 batting average at the All-Star break, boosted by the damage he's done to the Mets. He homered three times and drove in 10 runs as the NL...