New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy is having one of the best MLB postseason’s of all time. Murphy’s home run against the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday helped the Mets sweet the Cubs and advance to the World Series. It also marked the sixth consecutive postseason game in which Murphy homered. That set a new MLB record. It was no surprise that Murphy was named National League Championship Series Most Valuable Player. In four games against the Cubs, he batted .529 with four home runs, six RBIs, and six runs scored. He has seven home runs and 11 RBIs in nine playoff games so far. And he’ll have a chance to add to those numbers in the World Series. The Mets will face the winner of the Kansas City Royals-Toronto Blue Jays series in this year’s Fall Classic.