With Pete Alonso on the verge of winning the National League's Rookie of the Year award, we took a look at the Mets first baseman's most memorable moments of the season.
From his record-breaking blast to the Polar Bear stripping down (kind of), here they are and watch the video above:
April 1: Alonso hits his first major-league blast, a three-run shot while on the road in Miami.
May 7: Alonso goes 3-for-5 with a home run and 4 RBI, including a mammoth blast in extras in San Diego.
June 18: Alonso goes 4-for-4 with a single, two doubles a homer and 3 RBI in Atlanta.
Aug. 5: Alonso homers against the Marlins as the Mets creep back above .500 in Game 2 of the doubleheader.
Sept. 6: Alonso draws a walk-off walk against the Phillies, and the shirtless celebration ensues.
Sept. 27: Alonso's 52nd blast of the season ties Aaron Judge's rookie home run record as the Mets faced the Braves. "To (tie) it at home in front of these Mets fans was just so incredibly special, and I hope it was special for them too," Alonso said.
Sept. 28: Alonso belts his 53rd home run to stand alone to break the all-time rookie record while home against Atlanta.