Amed Rosario and Pete Alonso made Mets history on Thursday night.
During Thursday's 10-8 win over the Braves, Rosario and Alonso each recorded five hits, the first time two Mets have ever done that in the same game.
Rosario went 5-6 on the night with four runs scored, providing a spark at the top of the lineup and upping his season average to .289.
"He has really upped his game on top of what he did last season," Mickey Callaway said after the game. "He is continuing to develop, like we talked about the last couple years, right in front of our eyes, and he's becoming a great hitter. What he's done the last few months is spectacular."