PETE ALONSO AND AMED ROSARIO GIVE THE METS ENOUGH OF A CUSHION TO HOLD ON AGAINST THE BRAVES

ATLANTA – The Mets dugout may have to turn up the air conditioning to keep their Polar Bear in comfortable conditions. Pete Alonso set the tone in the Mets' much-needed 10-8 win over the Braves with his 39th home run, a three-run shot, in the first inning. He hit the moonshot in a familiar area...

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