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STRONG STANCE
Pete Alonso’s batting stance keeps his hands back and low, allowing for extra power when he extends through his swing.
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BREAKING (ANOTHER) ROOKIE RECORD
Pete Alonso gave a tip of the cap to the Citi Field faithful after he hit his MLB record-tying 52nd home run.
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PETE’S PATIENCE
Pete Alonso earned a shirtless Gatorade bath after working a game-winning, bases-loaded walk. Though he’s best known for his power, patient Pete walked an impressive 72 times during his rookie year.
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GOLDEN GOALS
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?
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WHAT A SHOW
So many of Pete Alonso’s 2019 home runs were worth celebrating. For his 42nd bomb, which set a franchise single-season home run record, Pete threw his arms in the air as he rounded the bases.
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PENSIVE PETE
The 2019 season was a whirlwind for the 24-year-old rookie. It was important for Pete Alonso to slow down sometimes and have a pensive moment.
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PUMPED UP
It’s hard to keep track of how many records Pete Alonso broke his rookie year. This fist pump came after his 39th blast of the season, which tied the NL rookie single-season home run record set by Cod ...
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WATCH IT FLY
Pete Alonso has had the chance to admire plenty of towering home runs in his career. This was his 51st blast of 2019, one away from tying the MLB rookie record held by Aaron Judge.
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SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT
Pete Alonso had lots to smile about during the 2019 season. This grin came the night Pete hit home run no. 52, tying Aaron Judge’s MLB rookie record for single-season home runs.
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A BEAR-SIZED TARGET
The 6’3″, 245-pound Polar Bear provided a steady target at first base.