New York Mets Offseason: GM Sandy Alderson Has Decision To Make on Daniel Murphy

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New York Mets Offseason: GM Sandy Alderson Has Decision To Make on Daniel Murphy
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The New York Mets’ 2011 season has been one of pleasant surprises, an unfamiliar feeling for this generation’s fanbase, thanks mostly to a rebuilding state and expectations lower than the Phillies’ team ERA.

Daniel Murphy, the lefty hitter from Jacksonville, Florida, stroked his way to a .320 batting average through 109 games before suffering his second MCL injury in two years.  At the time, he was fifth in the league in hitting.

As the rebuilding movement in New York evolves completely into Sandy Alderson’s brainchild, the GM has a lot of options and freedom over what to do with Murphy, as he does with the rest of the team.  Here are four of those options, ranging anywhere from realistic to bold.

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