Spring training statistics don't count, but what about wedding proposals?
The most memorable moment of the 2012 Spring Training season took place between the Nationals and Braves, as legend Dale Murphy's son tossed out the ceremonial first pitch and picked up a fiance in the process. Jake Murphy tossed a strike to his proud pop and then surprised girlfriend Adrianne Ingersoll by getting down on one knee at home plate and asking for her hand in marriage.
She said yes!
Braves president John Schuerholz was behind the romantic plan, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Schuerholz, along with former manager Bobby Cox, heard Murphy's son was coming to Braves camp in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. with plans to pop the question to his girlfriend on the family trip.
The 22-year-old Jake Murphy is a tight end/fullback on the University of Utah football squad.
"It was really a nice moment," the elder Murphy told MLB.com. "We really enjoyed it."
Dale Murphy played in the Major Leagues from 1976-1993, mostly with the Braves, who retired his No. 3 jersey. He was a six-time National League all-star.
Watch video of the romantic proposal here
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