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New York Post Jan 22, 2020

Pete Alonso, Marcus Stroman react to Mets’ Luis Rojas hire

Luis Rojas has already secured the most important endorsements of all. Upon the news of the 38-year-old becoming the next Mets manager, multiple players took to Twitter to share their enthusiasm for the hiring of Rojas, who has spent 14 years with the organization and became the Mets’ first-ever quality control coach last season. “Loved...
Amazin Avenue Jan 21, 2020
Mets Morning News for January 21, 2020

Mets Morning News for January 21, 2020

Photo by Michael Reaves/ Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets In some good Mets news, Yoenis Cespedes posted a video of himself participating in baseball activities ahead of spring training. Please give us a lineup with Cespedes and Pete Alonso in 2020. Jon Heyman has heard a lot of positivity around Luis Rojas’ candidacy for the Mets’ managerial opening. Speaking of the managerial hunt, it seems fear of new owner Steve Cohen may be influencing the team’s decision-making process and pointing them towards a person they considered...
TalkingChop Jan 20, 2020
The Daily Chop: Freddie Freeman tops MLB Network list

The Daily Chop: Freddie Freeman tops MLB Network list

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ The MLB Network is rolling out its Top 10 Right Now position lists and the Atlanta Braves have been well represented in the early going. Freddie Freeman topped the list of first baseman finishing ahead of the Dodgers’ Max Muncy and New York’s Pete Alonso. Ronald Acuña Jr. finished fourth among the right fielders trailing only Mookie Betts, Christian Yelich and Aaron Judge. Mike Trout and Juan Soto led the way among center and left fielders. The remainder of the list will roll out over the upcoming week. More MLB News The New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates...
Rising Apple Jan 18, 2020

New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso and his leadership is an X-factor in 2020

An X-factor for the 2020 New York Mets that goes beyond the action on the field is the leadership Pete Alonso brings to the locker room. It’s easy to say this: Pete Alonso was such a huge part of the 2019 New York Mets season. Nothing should change this year. He may get pitched to […] New York Mets slugger Pete Alonso and his leadership is an X-factor in 2020 - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - A New York Mets Blog Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
New York Post Jan 17, 2020
What big-name Mets figures think about Carlos Beltran fiasco

What big-name Mets figures think about Carlos Beltran fiasco

After parting ways with Carlos Beltran on Thursday, the Mets are being lampooned by many fans and media alike, but Keith Hernandez, Pete Alonso and Marcus Stroman took to Twitter to insist the Amazin’s still can have a successful season. “Everybody, calm down,” Hernandez wrote. “This current crisis is unfortunate to the nth degree, but...
SNY TV Jan 16, 2020

Pete Alonso opens up on news of Carlos Beltran out as Mets manager

Alonso showed his leadership ability again on Thursday, weighing in on the situation by saying the Mets players need to focus on doing their jobs on the field, and expressing his confidence in the current roster.
Amazin Avenue Jan 13, 2020
Mets Morning News: Walker, Texas Frazier

Mets Morning News: Walker, Texas Frazier

Photo by Rich Schultz/ Your Monday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Coming off of one of the best rookie seasons in major league history, it’s only natural to wonder what year two in the majors will bring for Pete Alonso. Marcus Stroman’s newest workout involves a wine glass on his lower back and bear crawling down his street. Dominic Smith and Jim Breuer went to Minnesota to gnosh on a burger and fries and chat about baseball. Around the National League East J.T. Realmuto and the Phillies must come to an agreement on the catcher’s...
SNY TV Jan 12, 2020

What to expect from Pete Alonso in Year 2 with the Mets

In what was a historic season for him in 2019, Alonso hit .260 with a .358 OBP, 53 home runs and 120 RBI.
Amazin Avenue Dec 29, 2019
Mets Morning News for December 29, 2019

Mets Morning News for December 29, 2019

Photo by Mike Stobe/ Your Sunday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets For his conduct and accomplishments both on and off the field, Pete Alonso was named New York Daily News’ New York Sports Person of the Year. Deesha Thosar recaps the highlights of his 2019 that earned him the honor. Meanwhile, the New York Post looked back on the 15 biggest New York sports debacles of the decade, among which are the Wilpons’ failure to spend in the aftermath of the Bernie Madoff scheme and the mishandling of Yoenis Cespedes’ injury. But if history is any...

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