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A Big Bear at First: Pete Alonso
The 6’3″, 245-pound Polar Bear provided a steady target at first base.
Ball From Pete Alonso’s First Hit
Washington Nationals pitcher Justin Miller tossed this baseball for a strike during Pete Alonso’s MLB debut. While he didn’t get all of this pitch, Alonso punched the next one to center field for a si ...
Base From Alonso’s Record-Breaking Game
Pete Alonso reached two records on July 7, 2019: the most home runs for a Met before the All-Star break (30; tied) and the National League rookie record for RBIs before the All-Star break (68). During ...
Batter No. 3 Is No. 1: Pete Alonso Record
Rookie Pete Alonso broke the franchise’s single-season home run record with blast no. 42, breaking a tie with Todd Hundley (1996) and Carlos Beltran (2006). Good thing Mickey Callaway had Alonso in th ...
Capping Off an Epic Debut: Pete Alonso Hat
When Pete Alonso made his MLB debut on March 28, 2019, he was wearing this very hat. Take a peak at no. 20’s first big-league cap.
Closing Out a Historic Game: 2019 Season
The Mets won on Opening Day 2019, a 2-0 victory over the Washington Nationals on the road. More importantly, the game was Pete Alonso’s MLB debut, starting off one of the most historic seasons for a p ...
Dialing Up a Four-Seamer: Jacob deGrom
Jacob deGrom’s 2019 fastball averaged over 97 miles per hour. That velocity actually increased to 98.6 mph in 2020 and 99.2 mph in 2021. He just keeps getting better and better.
Finishing the Year at Home: 2019 Season
This home plate was deployed for the entirety of the epic three-game series between the Mets and the Atlanta Braves at Citi Field to close out the 2019 season. It was there on September 27, 2019, when ...
First Baseman Rounds First: Pete Alonso
Pete Alonso leisurely rounded the bases 53 times during the 2019 season. For his 42nd home run trot, which set a Mets single-season home run record, he crossed this first base bag.
Golden Goals: Pete Alonso’s Defense
The Mets first baseman isn’t just a slugger – he also takes great pride in his defense. Wouldn’t a Gold Glove Award look nice in Alonso’s trophy case?