Three Mets, including rookie first baseman Pete Alonso, were selected to the All-Star Game, the league announced Sunday.
Alonso, Jeff McNeil and Jacob deGrom made the National League roster as reserves and will participate in the All-Star Game festivities, which take place July 8-9.
"It's a dream come true," Alonso said. "I wouldn't think in a million years I'd be an All-Star as a rookie. It's crazy. It's a dream come true."
Alonso, 24, will also be one of the participants in the Home Run Derby on July 8. Entering Sunday's game, Alonso ranks second in the majors with 28 home runs.
Alonso is the fourth Met to make the All-Star Game as a rookie, joining Tom Seaver, Jerry Koosman and Dwight Gooden.
McNeil, who enters Sunday with the No. 2 batting average (.344) in the majors, is also a first-time All-Star.
"It's a huge accomplishment," McNeil said. "I'm just really excited, and ready to go represent the Mets."
DeGrom, who is 4-7 with a 3.32 ERA in 17 starts this season, makes the All-Star Game for the third time in his six-year career.