Pete Alonso homers again, but winning streak snaps

Here’s what took place in Mets Land on Tuesday in case you missed it…

– The streak is over, however Pete Alonso stayed red hot in Chicago, introducing a 434-foot solo crowning achievement to center field for his 18th dinger of the season and 5th in 7 video games. After the video game, the Polar Bear spoke about feeling proficient at the plate and having a good time playing at the historical Wrigley Field.

–  However, it was a rough day for beginning pitcher Tylor Megill who might not make it out of the 4th inning, enabling 6 runs (4 made) in the 7-2 defeat to the Cubs. After an unsteady getaway, the right-hander will simply aim to “turn the page and get ready for the next one.”

– With the Mets’ crowded catcher battery, SNY’s Andy Martino reported novice Francisco Alvarez has lots of strong advocates in the clubhouse and on the veteran pitching personnel.

– On the field Tuesday, Gary Sanchez did not assist his case. On defense, which is not his strong point, he permitted a passed ball and misplayed pop-out in nasty area. And on offense, his support, he went 0-for-3 with a strikeout.

– Connor Rogers and Joe DeMayo were signed up with by SNY’s Steve Gelbs on The Mets Pod to speak about the catcher circumstance and why Alvarez should remain in the major leagues, calling video games in the SNY cubicle, and the “Baby Mets.”

– Could the White Sox be a possible trade due date partner for the Mets? That was the conversation from Mets Off Day Live. The gang likewise examined the current success of beginners Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer and Kodai Senga, who will pitch tonight at Wrigley.

– SNY factor Joe DeMayo got a scout reporting on Mets pitching possibility Mike Vasil and how he is putting everything together throughout the 2023 season

–  Down at Triple-A Syracuse, Ronny Mauricio provided his 22nd multi-hit video game of the season and it was validated that Tim Locastro will require to go through surgical treatment to fix sprained best thumb.

– The Baseball Night in NY gang disputed whether the Mets or Yankees had the much better “vibe” choosing them at the minute.

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