Dale Murphy
DALE MURPHY
2-time MVP, 7-time All-Star of Major League Baseball
TRAVELS FROM:
Utah
SPEAKER FEE:

$10,001 - $15,000

Speaker fee falls within this range. For exact fee, please contact us.

"Having Dale Murphy, the two time MLB MVP and seven time All-Star be as personable as he was with our employees and families was a once in a lifetime highlight that was inspiring and will never be forgotten."

Sr. Manager of Human Resources

"Dale Murphy continues to be one of the most reliable and versatile former major leaguers we work with. Whether he is delivering an energizing keynote presentation to a business audience, speaking on his faith to a spiritual crowd or signing autographs for and shaking hands with a crowd of baseball fans, Dale brings his 'A' game and always exceeds our clients' expectations."

VP Marketing

"It was so motivational to hear Dale Murphy's insights on great leaders and managers who he played for in the Major Leagues. It was also very refreshing to see a star like him be so personable and down to earth. It was obvious that he practices what he preaches. He made all of our guests feel important as he took the time to engage with everyone. Our employees who attended cannot stop raving about how inspirational the night was and we can't wait to have him back!"

"I'd always heard it said that Dale Murphy was a prince of a guy. When we hosted Dale at our recent conference, I saw it with my own eyes. Person after person came up to Murph with some version of 'you were the best' or 'you were my hero' or 'I wore #3 (his jersey number) my whole little league career because of you.' Each and every time, he lit up like it was the first time he ever heard it! He was so gracious, so appreciative and so interested in the person praising him. I will never forget witnessing Dale Murphy interact with his fans and our clients. He is a classy guy and he did an amazing job, customizing his keynote address to perfectly fit our crowd. Thank you Dale Murphy for inspiring our clients with your actions and your words!"

President and CEO
ABOUT DALE MURPHY

For 30+ years, Dale has traveled the country speaking to businesses and a variety of other groups, inspiring them with his messages about Major League Leadership Skills, Facing Challenge to Create a Thriving Culture, Taking Risks and Fighting Indecision, and much more. Murph will work with your group to create the perfect presentation for your specific needs. His warm and engaging personality along with stories of his own personal experiences will make his visit to your group a day they will long remember.

Dale Murphy was chosen by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 1974 Major League Draft. Over the next few years, he worked his way through the Braves minor league system and made his major league debut in 1976.

Although he began his career as a catcher, he spent a short time at first base and finally ended up in the outfield where he became the youngest player in history to win back-to-back MVP awards (1982 and 1983), was named to the National League All-Star team seven times, earned four Silver Slugger awards and five Gold Gloves. During his 1983 MVP season, he became the only player in history to compile a .300+ batting average, 30+ home runs, 120+ runs batted in, 130+ runs scored, 90+ bases on balls, and 30+ stolen bases in one season. During the decade spanning 1981-1990, he led the major leagues in home runs and RBIs. He also led the National League in games, at bats, runs, hits, extra base hits, runs created, total bases, and plate appearances during that same period of time. With 7,960 at-bats, he retired in 1993 after a long and successful career with the Atlanta Braves (1974-1991), the Philadelphia Phillies (1991-1993), and the Colorado Rockies (1993.)

Dale was one of the most beloved athletes to ever play in Atlanta. His number (#3) was only the fifth in Braves history to be retired joining those of baseball greats Hank Aaron, Eddie Matthews, Warran Spahn, and Phil Niekro and hangs today in Turner Field.

Known as one of the true gentlemen of the game, Dale has always led by example, giving his time and lending his name to numerous charities throughout the years. In 1987, he was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the “Sportsmen and Sportswomen of the Year,” representing baseball as the athlete “Who Cares the Most” and was honored as such by President Ronald Reagan at the White House.

Dale received other humanitarian-related awards during his career including The Lou Gehrig Award (given to the player who best fits the image and character of Lou Gehrig on and off the field), The Roberto Clemente Award (given annually to one major league player in recognition of his character and charitable contributions) and the Bart Giamatti Award. After his retirement, Dale was inducted into the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame.

Dale has also written two books: “The Scouting Report: Professional Athletics” and “The Scouting Report: Youth Athletics”

Dale is a sought after business and motivational speaker and divides his time between charity work, church work, and his family. He and his wife, Nancy, are the parents of eight children (seven sons and one daughter) and nine grandchildren.

DALE MURPHY PROGRAMS & TOPICS

RESILIENCE: 3 Decisions That Create Resilience

Dale's road to the Major Leagues was not easy or straight. But he made some decisions along the way that directly impacted his ability to his goal - a long career in the Major Leagues. You can do the same.

SUCCESS: 3 Commitments Winning Teams Make That Will Lead You to Success

Dale saw a lot of winning teams throughout his 20+ year professional baseball career. There are 3 attributes they all possessed that you can build in your team, as well.

CULTURE: 3 Essential Elements of a Winning Culture

Some teams have "it" and some don't. What makes the difference? And how you can create a winning culture of your own.

BIG LEAGUE LEADERSHIP: 3 Critical Attributes of Effective Leadership

What Dale learned from some of the best managers in Major League history and how those lessons can impact your team's success in a big way.

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DALE MURPHY
2-time MVP, 7-time All-Star of Major League Baseball
Dale Murphy
TRAVELS FROM:
Utah
SPEAKER FEE:

$10,001 - $15,000

Speaker fee falls within this range. For exact fee, please contact us.
"Having Dale Murphy, the two time MLB MVP and seven time All-Star be as personable as he was with our employees and families was a once in a lifetime highlight that was inspiring and will never be forgotten."
Sr. Manager of Human Resources

DeltaValve USA/Canada

"Dale Murphy continues to be one of the most reliable and versatile former major leaguers we work with. Whether he is delivering an energizing keynote presentation to a business audience, speaking on his faith to a spiritual crowd or signing autographs for and shaking hands with a crowd of baseball fans, Dale brings his 'A' game and always exceeds our clients' expectations."
VP Marketing

MLB Players Alumni

"It was so motivational to hear Dale Murphy's insights on great leaders and managers who he played for in the Major Leagues. It was also very refreshing to see a star like him be so personable and down to earth. It was obvious that he practices what he preaches. He made all of our guests feel important as he took the time to engage with everyone. Our employees who attended cannot stop raving about how inspirational the night was and we can't wait to have him back!"

Academy Mortgage Corporation

"I'd always heard it said that Dale Murphy was a prince of a guy. When we hosted Dale at our recent conference, I saw it with my own eyes. Person after person came up to Murph with some version of 'you were the best' or 'you were my hero' or 'I wore #3 (his jersey number) my whole little league career because of you.' Each and every time, he lit up like it was the first time he ever heard it! He was so gracious, so appreciative and so interested in the person praising him. I will never forget witnessing Dale Murphy interact with his fans and our clients. He is a classy guy and he did an amazing job, customizing his keynote address to perfectly fit our crowd. Thank you Dale Murphy for inspiring our clients with your actions and your words!"
President and CEO

CEFGA

ABOUT DALE MURPHY

For 30+ years, Dale has traveled the country speaking to businesses and a variety of other groups, inspiring them with his messages about Major League Leadership Skills, Facing Challenge to Create a Thriving Culture, Taking Risks and Fighting Indecision, and much more. Murph will work with your group to create the perfect presentation for your specific needs. His warm and engaging personality along with stories of his own personal experiences will make his visit to your group a day they will long remember.

Dale Murphy was chosen by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the 1974 Major League Draft. Over the next few years, he worked his way through the Braves minor league system and made his major league debut in 1976. 

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Although he began his career as a catcher, he spent a short time at first base and finally ended up in the outfield where he became the youngest player in history to win back-to-back MVP awards (1982 and 1983), was named to the National League All-Star team seven times, earned four Silver Slugger awards and five Gold Gloves. During his 1983 MVP season, he became the only player in history to compile a .300+ batting average, 30+ home runs, 120+ runs batted in, 130+ runs scored, 90+ bases on balls, and 30+ stolen bases in one season. During the decade spanning 1981-1990, he led the major leagues in home runs and RBIs. He also led the National League in games, at bats, runs, hits, extra base hits, runs created, total bases, and plate appearances during that same period of time. With 7,960 at-bats, he retired in 1993 after a long and successful career with the Atlanta Braves (1974-1991), the Philadelphia Phillies (1991-1993), and the Colorado Rockies (1993.)

Dale was one of the most beloved athletes to ever play in Atlanta. His number (#3) was only the fifth in Braves history to be retired joining those of baseball greats Hank Aaron, Eddie Matthews, Warran Spahn, and Phil Niekro and hangs today in Turner Field.

Known as one of the true gentlemen of the game, Dale has always led by example, giving his time and lending his name to numerous charities throughout the years. In 1987, he was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the “Sportsmen and Sportswomen of the Year,” representing baseball as the athlete “Who Cares the Most” and was honored as such by President Ronald Reagan at the White House.

Dale received other humanitarian-related awards during his career including The Lou Gehrig Award (given to the player who best fits the image and character of Lou Gehrig on and off the field), The Roberto Clemente Award (given annually to one major league player in recognition of his character and charitable contributions) and the Bart Giamatti Award. After his retirement, Dale was inducted into the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame.

Dale has also written two books: “The Scouting Report: Professional Athletics” and “The Scouting Report: Youth Athletics”

Dale is a sought after business and motivational speaker and divides his time between charity work, church work, and his family. He and his wife, Nancy, are the parents of eight children (seven sons and one daughter) and nine grandchildren.

DALE MURPHY PROGRAMS & TOPICS
RESILIENCE: 3 Decisions That Create Resilience
Dale's road to the Major Leagues was not easy or straight. But he made some decisions along the way that directly impacted his ability to his goal - a long career in the Major Leagues. You can do the same.
SUCCESS: 3 Commitments Winning Teams Make That Will Lead You to Success
Dale saw a lot of winning teams throughout his 20+ year professional baseball career. There are 3 attributes they all possessed that you can build in your team, as well.
CULTURE: 3 Essential Elements of a Winning Culture
Some teams have "it" and some don't. What makes the difference? And how you can create a winning culture of your own.
BIG LEAGUE LEADERSHIP: 3 Critical Attributes of Effective Leadership
What Dale learned from some of the best managers in Major League history and how those lessons can impact your team's success in a big way.

Request Availability for Dale Murphy