Pete Alonso just wrapped up one of the most incredible rookie seasons in the history of baseball.
The Mets' first baseman blasted 53 home runs, the most ever by a rookie, surpassing Aaron Judge's previous record of 52 in 2017.
He finished the year with 53 home runs, 120 RBI, and a .260 averaging, making the NL Rookie of the Year Award a virtual lock.
On Friday, Alonso stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to prove that there's, in fact, nothing that he can't hit.
After lending some quick batting tips to Colbert and showing him the ropes inside the box, Alonso stepped in and took some batting practice before moving on so some, well, nontraditional pitches.
Colbert hurled a number of items Alonso's way, from footballs, to a LEGO playhouse, to watermelons, to bags of flour and much more, making more than a small mess inside the cage.
Check out the full video above to see how well Alonso can hit more than just your average baseball.