Known as the Mets home run brothers, Dominic Smith and Pete Alonso made two career home runs this Tuesday that put the team 4 careers up, making Alonso’s 70th home run.
The game ended 8-4, and Alonso’s 2 career shot was in the 9th inning. It was the first home run of the season for the Mets and it also turned Alonso into the fastest player in MLB to reach 70 home runs, he surpassed Aaron Judge from the Yankees who needed 231 games to reach that mark. Alonso made it in just 210.
Dominic Smith connected his first home run of the season at the fourth inning, impulsing another run.
This couple is showing that they started with strength this season and they are going to represent the team this year.