Carp (pictured) is the lone player of the three still with the B-Mets. Now hitting .294/.394/.471 he leads the team in HR (17), RBI (69), R (64) and hits (130).
Murphy hit .308/.374/.496 with Binghamton and has torn up big league pitching to a .404/.491/.617 tune in 18 games after a one-day stopover in New Orleans.
Kunz converted 27 of 30 save opportunities in double-A to go along with a 2.79 ERA. In 48.1 IP, he walked 25 and struck out 43, but his control improved markedly over the course of the year. After walking over five batters per nine innings in the first two months, he only walked on 11.1 July innings. His gb/fb ratio was a crazy high 3.55. After a brief and rough introduction to the major leagues, Kunz is waiting for another chance at triple-A New Orleans.