Pete Alonso’s Home Run Derby win powered by one-of-a-kind bats

The Mets first baseman, who set a first-round derby record with 35 home runs, commissioned eight different painted bats by artist Gregory Siff especially for Monday night’s contest ahead of Tuesday’s MLB All-Star Game at Coors Field. The special lumber told the 26-year-old Alonso’s life story.

Pete Alonso’s Home Run Derby Win Powered By One-Of-A-Kind Bats

The New York Post – by Joseph Staszewski

Pete Alonso used one-of-a-kind and sentimental bats to win his second-straight Home Run Derby.

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