Yep! What I love about these Pete Alonso New York Mets 2019 National League Rookie of the Year shirt is that they are hilarious and knowledgeable no matter how bad the games might be. But they recently flashed back to a time when they were just going through a box of baseball cards. Cohen said, “it’s been a while, huh?” and Keith said something like, “that’s for when the games are boring. These games have been fun.” I immediately thought of Mark McGwire, who hit 49 as a rookie in 1987, which I’m pretty sure was the Oakland A’s record at the time. But it turns out Jimmie Foxx hit 58 for the Philadelphia A’s in 1932.
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It looks like rookie Kiner in 1946 tied the franchise record, and Pete was the first rookie to tie since then. Coincidentally the person that Kiner tied was the last Pete Alonso New York Mets 2019 National League Rookie of the Year shirt to set the record (Rizzo in 1938). I know he’s older and has been injured in the past, but it surprised me that people wrote him off. He was pretty good as recently as 2017. An injury-riddled 2018 and the year he’s having right now is an ex comeback player of the year.
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Soroka had a .8 bWAR lead going into the day and trails by 0.3 fWAR, homer suppression is rather more scarce this year than homer Pete Alonso New York Mets 2019 National League Rookie of the Year shirt, and there’s no pitcher only ROY award. The guy with the better September will take it. Pete Alonso’s Statcast numbers are insane; he’s in the top 2% in Barreled Balls percentage and in the top 10% in Statcast adjusted Slugging percentage. 41 is the second lowest franchise-record IIRC. The Royals were the lowest (38 by Moustakas) and Soler is on pace to shatter it.