Alonso went 2-for-4 with two solo home runs for Double-A Binghamton in Wednesday's win over Erie.
After going 0-for-4 in his first game at Double-A following a promotion, the 22-year-old has now put together a seven-game hitting streak and five-game extra-base hit streak, with Wednesday's homers being his first for Binghamton. Alonso, the Mets' No. 10 fantasy prospect, has now gone yard 18 times this season in just 90 games between High-A and Double-A, flashing the plus power that made him a second-round pick in 2016. With Dominic Smith -- who's six months younger than Alonso -- just beginning his tenure in the majors as the club's first baseman of the future, however, there's no clear path right now to a big-league starting job in Queens for the right-handed slugger.
Alonso missed time this season with a hand injury, J.J. Cooper of Baseball America reports.
The Mets' first baseman prospect is slashing .265/.330/.507 with High-A St. Lucie this season, including 12 home runs and 15 doubles in 211 at-bats. The power numbers make Alonso attractive in deeper dynasty formats, as he projects as a possible cleanup hitter one day in the big leagues if he can hit right-handed pitchers.
Alonso (undisclosed) is back in action at High-A St. Lucie. He has one hit (a solo home run) and four strikeouts in 19 at-bats since coming off the DL.
The power-hitting first baseman missed six weeks with an undisclosed injury. He has big right-handed power, but will need to show that he can hit for a high average to profile as an everyday player.
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