Mets is my home forever: Mets star player reject Brewers mega deal

Brewers Make ‘Significant Push’ For New York Mets Superstar Slugger at Trade Deadline.
At the trade deadline, the Milwaukee Brewers aggressively pursued this New York Mets superstar slugger.
According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, the Milwaukee Brewers made a “significant push” to acquire New York Mets superstar first baseman Pete Alonso at the trade deadline.

According to Rosenthal, the Mets and Brewers disagree on how close they were to reaching an agreement. One Mets source refuted a Brewers executive’s claim that they were within “field goal range” of a deal.

Alonso’s contract expires in 2024, and the Mets must decide on his future. They can either extend or trade him, and if he is moved, it will most likely be this winter, when his value is at its peak.

Since joining the league in 2019, no player has more home runs or RBIs than Alonso. In his first five seasons, he hit.254/.344/.534 (139 OPS+) with 185 home runs and made three All-Star appearances. Despite batting a career-low.224 this season, Alonso is on track to surpass 40 home runs and achieve an OPS+ above 130 for the fourth straight season.

With the trades of Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer, the Mets have indicated that they see 2025 and 2026 as their next opportunities to compete. For that, they must decide whether Alonso is in their future plans.

Instead of Alonso, the Brewers acquired first baseman Carlos Santana from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

After Tuesday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves, reporters questioned Alonso about the trade rumors. He stated, “I adore being a Met. I enjoy representing the city of New York in the greatest way possible. I adore everyone in this clubhouse. “Being a Met is all I know.”



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