Pete Alonso Is Carefree, After A Loss Enjoys At Zach Bryan’s Concert

Pete Alonso hit his first home run of the season on Saturday night against the Brewers. His contagious enthusiasm was evident all day long, as he was subsequently seen at UBS Arena signing “Revival” with Zach Bryan.

Pete Alonso Is Carefree, After A Loss Enjoys At Zach Bryan’s Concert

Videos from the event show the Mets star, decked up in pants, a camouflage shirt, a cap, and sunglasses, swaying around the stage and belting out the words with the country singer at the microphone.

Alonso, 29, was seen having a great time on stage and engaging with the audience as several admirers pulled out their phones to photograph the scene.

Videos from the performance show Alonso shouting out the song “Baptize me in a bottle of Beam and put Johnny on the vinyl” with a fierce fervor, “Someone call the women and someone steal the bibles / For the sake of my survival.”

Fortunately, Alonso’s baseball skills much exceed his vocal abilities. Alonso is performing well, too, despite the fact that the Mets aren’t exactly off to a great start.

Alonso has hit one home run, a clutch single in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday, and is averaging.364 through three games.

Bryan’s final local performance of his “Quittin’ Time” tour included Alonso as the latest highlight, after Bruce Springsteen’s appearance in Brooklyn earlier this week with the four-time Billboard Music Awards winner.

Alonso’s performance with Bryan probably helped him move over the Mets’ earlier-day 7-6 loss to the Brewers.

His one-off home run in the ninth inning flew 406 feet to left center and had an exit velocity of 113.8 miles per hour, but it wasn’t enough to lead the Mets to victory.

Bryan is now on his “Quittin’ Time” Tour, having just won his first GRAMMY Award. And in December, he’ll return to New York to complete the tour at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Perhaps Pete Alonso might return for that game to help celebrate the Mets’ historic World Series victory!

Why do they call Alonso the Polar Bear?

Third-base coach Gary DiSarcina gave Alonso the lovable moniker “Polar Bear” for his power when it was first announced on March 30. On April 1, he launched his first major league home run against Miami Marlins pitcher Drew Steckenrider.

How many homers does Pete Alonso have?

Pete Alonso was a player with the Mets for five seasons. With 635 hits, 192 home runs, 498 RBIs, and 402 runs scored, he has a. 251 batting average. The Rookie of the Year trophy is his.

How did Pete Alonso meet his wife?

In 2015, the pair connected while he was participating in the Cape Cod League’s summer baseball league. Pete was enrolled at Florida University, while Haley (née Walsh) was enrolled at Michigan State University, so the two maintained a long-distance relationship as they finished school.



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