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McNEIL SETS RECORDS, TOO!
Pete Alonso wasn’t the only record-breaking Met in 2019! When he hit this ball off Marlins pitcher Wei-Yin Chen, Jeff McNeil became the fastest player in Mets history to reach 200 career hits. The gam ...
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CLOSING OUT A HISTORIC GAME
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 ...
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THOR’S WEAPON
On April 4, 2019, the Citi Field faithful got to meet Pete Alonso for the first time. Alonso manned first base, watching Syndergaard’s every pitch including this one he dished to Victor Robles of the ...
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PETE’S FIRST THIRD
Pete Alonso went 1-4 with an 8th inning single in his MLB debut. This third base from that game was calling to him the whole time. Though Alonso didn’t quite make it around the bases this game, he’d u ...
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PETE’S FIRST STOP ON HIS LAST TROT OF 2019
When Pete Alonso set the MLB single-season rookie home run record with his 53rd blast of the year, this bag was the first stop on his four-base tour. We can’t tell you which ones, but we know that som ...
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LOOKING GOOD AT THE HALFWAY POINT
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 ...
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ROUNDING THIRD, ROUNDING ANOTHER RECORD
On September 27, 2019, Pete Alonso tied Aaron Judge’s record for most single-season home runs by a rookie in MLB history. As he trotted around the bases for the 52nd time that season, he stepped on th ...
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CLOSING OUT THE YEAR AT HOME
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 ...
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THE FIRST BASEMAN ROUNDS FIRST
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.
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PETE’S GOT A GOOD EYE
Pete Alonso may be a power hitter, but he can also work the count. On September 28, 2019, he took this pitch thrown by Braves hurler Mike Foltynewicz for a ball in the 1st inning. During his next at-b ...