He looks out his window from his office in the outfield at Citi Field, looks out at a ballpark where his name is up in lights almost everywhere it can be. Sandy Alderson looks past the Shea Bridge and across the outfield grass to where the machines are regrading and resodding the infield. The place is empty in the afternoon except for the machines, and maybe the lingering sadness of the past few seasons. This is the view on the day that Alderson takes over the Mets. He wants the view, in October, to be far different than this eventually.
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