Pete Alonso New York Mets

Age: 24 (December 7, 1994) | 6' 3" | 245lbs. | Bats: Right Minors: 1b-110 dh-21 ph-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
NYM A+ 2017 82 308 45 88 25 64 23 0 16 58 3 4 .286 .361 .516 7 18 .314 n/a
NYM AA 2017 11 45 7 14 2 7 4 1 2 5 0 0 .311 .340 .578 4 15 .333 n/a
NYM AA 2018 65 220 42 69 43 50 12 0 15 52 0 2 .314 .440 .573 16 18 .344 n/a
NYM AAA 2018 67 258 50 67 33 78 19 1 21 67 0 1 .260 .355 .585 11 26 .284 n/a
NYM NL 2019 123 447 76 121 59 133 25 2 40 95 1 0 .271 .375 .604 11 25 .292 42/19/39 28 26
Career 1yr 123 447 76 121 59 133 25 2 40 95 1 0 .271 .375 .604 11 25 .292 n/a
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That's correct. In the new formulas, which I am not sophisticated  enough to adjust while the season is underway, he will earn -- just guessing -- two or three dollars less.

Alex Patton Alex

Question about the earnings $$ we see here (e.g., $28 in 4x4 for Pete as of this writing).  Is that based on last season's denominators?  If so, I would guess then that there will be a significant correction in actual 2019 earnings to reflect the inflated HR rate.

Doron Scharf jerome

Back to being a monster. Broke Bellinger's NL rookie record for homers last night, will break the ML record (52, Judge, also in 2017) before it's over.

But nobody's going to hit 60, which seems kind of odd, considering how easily comparative weaklings are reaching the seats.

Alex Patton Alex

Slowed a bit ... but Judge's 52 HR record for rookies is still achievable.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Aug 6

I didn't.

What a season he's having. I fully expected him to win the game the next day with a grand slam off of Brad Hand.

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 13

Good call on that one, Alex!  Hope you had some money down ;-)

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jul 13

Any question who's going to win the home run derby?

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 6

ESPN, with help from the Associated Press, taking stock of the carnage:

NEW YORK -- A month after setting a record for most home runs in a month, big league batters did it again and are on pace to shatter the season mark.

Batters hit 1,142 home runs in June, seven more than they had hit in May.

Five of the top six home run months have occurred in the last three years. August 2017 is third at 1,119, followed by June 2017 (1,101), May 2000 (1,069) and May 2017 (1,060).

A total of 3,421 home runs were hit in 1,255 games through Sunday, an average of 2.73 per game. That is up 19% from the 2.28 average through June last year, when 2,822 home runs were hit in 1,236 games, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Batters are on pace to hit 6,624 home runs -- well above the record 6,105 set in 2017 and up from 5,585 last year.

A year after strikeouts surpassed hits for the first time, whiffs remain ahead: 21,871 to 21,554. Though there were more strikeouts than hits in March (949 to 848) and April (6,799 to 6,371), hitting has picked up in the warmer months. There were 7,170 hits to 7,137 strikeouts in May and 7,165 hits to 6,986 strikeouts in June.

The major league batting average was .251 through June. That is up three percentage points from last year's average, the lowest since 1972 -- the year before the American League started using the designated hitter.


Alex Patton Alex
Jul 1

Two very different types of hitters are at the top of the homers heap on July 1.

The top ten:

Home Runs
1.Yelich • MIL29
2.Alonso • NYM28
3.Bellinger • LAD27
4.Renfroe • SDP24
Reyes • SDP24
Encarnacion • 2TM24
7.Moustakas • MIL23
Sanchez • NYY23
9.Bregman • HOU22
Trout • LAA22
Soler • KCR22
Bell • PIT22
Freeman • ATL22
Alex Patton Alex
Jul 1

March 28 - April 27 ... .306/.398/.684
April 28 - May 27 ... .200/.257/.505
May 28 through June 23 ... .326/.434/.747

a) looks like his hot start wasn't a fluke ...
b) he's cut his K rate from 32% for the first two months, to 25% since May 28
c) HRs have been incredibly consistent for those 3 periods - 9, 8, and 10

60 HR for a rookie?  Not unfathomable if he stays healthy.

And to make it exciting - in mid-September he has a six game stretch with 3 games in Coors ... followed by 3 games in Great American Ballpark.

Phil Ponebshek Texpope
Jun 24