Pete Alonso has certainly shown his raw power early on this season, but none of his extra-base hits compared to the bomb he hit in SunTrust Park tonight.
Alonso hit his sixth homer to deep center field at 454 feet with a 118.3 mph exit velocity, which is the hardest-hit home run in the Majors this season. It is also the hardest-hit Mets HR since Statcast began tracking back in 2015.
Alonso also found himself in some rare company, as his 118.3-mph long ball has him tied ninth in the hardest-hit homers in the Statcast era. Only the Yankees' Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton were a part of that list until tonight.
Amed Rosario has also been swinging a hot bat lately, and it clearly has some pop. The Mets' shortstop belted a three-run home run -- his first of the season -- to right-center field at SunTrust Park.
Oh, and he wasn't done. Rosario also had an RBI single in this one to help extend the Mets' lead...