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Mets Dugout Cutouts During COVID-19
Do you recognize yourself in this cardboard crowd? Pete Alonso came out of the dugout in front of a hoard of Mets fans in cutout form on August 25. The team solicited fans to send selfies to make into ...
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Walk It Off: Mets Celebrate Pete Alonso
Despite the downpour, the Mets were fired up greeting Pete Alonso at the plate. The star sophomore smacked a walk-off, two-run homer in the 10th inning to win the game over the New York Yankees. It wa ...
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Swinging in the Rain: Pete Alonso
The Polar Bear has ice in his veins. Pete Alonso was the walk-off hero against the crosstown rival New York Yankees on September 3, 2020. Tied in the bottom of the 10th inning, Alonso took a pitch for ...
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Pondering Pete Alonso
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 Pete Alonso: 39th Rookie Home Run
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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Pete Alonso Hits 51st Home Run of 2019
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
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 Big Bear at First: Pete Alonso
The 6’3″, 245-pound Polar Bear provided a steady target at first base.
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Strong Stance: Pete Alonso at Bat
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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Pete Alonso Breaks (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.