Jerry Seinfeld gets signed bat from Mets' rookie Pete Alonso on 'Seinfeld Night'

Jerry Seinfeld gets signed bat from Mets' rookie Pete Alonso on 'Seinfeld Night'
Jerry Seinfeld gets signed bat from Mets' rookie Pete Alonso on 'Seinfeld Night'

NEW YORK — Even a regifter would want to keep this.

Rookie slugger Pete Alonso presented lifelong Mets’ fan Jerry Seinfeld with a signed bat on Friday night.

“You can take this and put it in a safe place or take BP with it,” Alonso told Seinfeld.

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Alonso, who made the National League All-Star team after recording 28 homers, will appear in the Home Run Derby on Monday night at Progressive Field.

The Mets held “Seinfeld Night” at Citi Field to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the hit show about nothing.

The first 25,000 fans in attendance were set to receive a Jerry Seinfeld bobblehead.

Seinfeld chatted with Mets manager Jerry Seinfeld and outfielder Michael Conforto before the game, while also posing for photos with fans on the field.

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