Pete Alonso's Player of the Week honors some rare good news for Mets

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Pete Alonso's Player of the Week honors some rare good news for Mets
Pete Alonso's Player of the Week honors some rare good news for Mets

It's hard to be hotter than a guy nicknamed “Polar Bear.” Mets first baseman Pete Alonso was named National League Player of the Week for his torrid seven-day stretch that saw him hit .417, with an on-base percentage of .548, and a whopping slugging percentage of 1.042. He also broke the Mets' rookie home run record in the team's 5-3 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Sunday, swatting his 27th of the season in the team's 78th game. Alonso has had a real opportunity to shine with the Mets. In April, he was also named NL Rookie of the Month and continues to rack up the awards in a standout first season in the big leagues.

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