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Mets’ Pete Alonso making early case for NL MVP award

SAN FRANCISCO — Pete Alonso’s monster May has thrust his name into the early National League MVP discussion. The Mets have never had a player win the award, and if that drought is going to conclude in 2022 the best bet would be on the team’s slugging first baseman. Alonso entered Tuesday night’s game at Oracle Park on a runs-producing tear. The most conspicuous numbers were his 11 homers (tied for first in the NL) and 40 RBIs (first in the NL). Overall he owned a .326/.396/.616 slash line in May with seven homers, after a tepid start. “It doesn’t surprise us at...
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Pete Alonso Powers Mets Past Giants

The Mets opened up a three-game series in San Fransisco with a bang, beating the Giants 13-3 behind a stellar performance by Pete Alonso. The Polar Bear went 3-for-5 with a home run, three RBIs and two runs scored Monday night. An early-season NL MVP front runner, Alonso bumped up his batting average up to .288, and an OBP of .356 as his latest hot streak doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
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Mets' Pete Alonso: Homers among three hits

Alonso went 3-for-5 with a three-run home run and an additional run in Monday's 13-3 victory versus San Francisco. The first baseman knocked a big three-run blast in the third inning that gave the Mets their first lead. He added two singles in the contest for his fifth multi-hit game over his past six contests. During the hot stretch, Alonso is batting .462 (12-for-26) with three homers, 11 RBI and a stolen base.
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While you slept… | Pete Alonso blast helps power Mets to blowout victory over Giants in San Francisco

Buck Showalter believes in this New York Mets offense, especially if his players keep taking tough at-bats the way they did in the series opener against San Francisco. Pete Alonso hit an early three-run homer moments after Francisco Lindor’s tying, two-run double, and the Mets kept slugging all night to rout the stumbling Giants 13-3 on Monday.
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Pete Alonso hits walk-off home run in wild Mets win over Cardinals

Without both of their trophy-winning aces — and three of their top six starters altogether — the undeterred Mets continued to rack up wins Thursday at Citi Field. Max Scherzer joined fellow multi-time Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom on the injured list, but the Mets overcame a blown save by Edwin Diaz on Pete Alonso’s two-run homer in the 10th for an exhilarating 7-6 win over the Cardinals at Citi Field. Diaz couldn’t preserve a 5-4 lead for starter Chris Bassitt in the ninth. With runners on the corners and two outs, third baseman Eduardo Escobar couldn’t come up with what was...
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Watch: Mets' Pete Alonso hits walk-off, two-run homer against Cardinals

The New York Mets won their third straight game Thursday in dramatic fashion with a walk-off home run from first baseman Pete Alonso. The St. Louis Cardinals scored one run in the ninth inning to force extras and one run in the 10th to take a 6-5 lead. But Alonso belted the second pitch of the bottom of the 10th way out of the park in left field to give the Mets the 7-6 win.
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Pete Alonso walks off Mets with 2-run bomb, Mets take 3 of 4 from Cardinals

Rather than instigating another altercation, Pete Alonso decided to send St. Louis home packing with his third-career walk-off home run in the 10th inning — a no-doubt two-run shot on the first pitch he saw from Giovanny Gallegos into the left-field stands to lift the Mets (26-14) to a 7-6 victory over the Cardinals on Thursday afternoon at Citi Field.
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