2024 Pete Alonso Home Run Tracker (Stats & Videos)

pete alonso home run tracker

Last Updated on July 2, 2024 by Matt Musico

Entering 2024, no major league players had hit more home runs since 2019 than New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso‘s 192. This campaign will be an important one for him because his current service time total has him scheduled to become a free agent in November. Follow along with us as we track every dinger he hits in our 2024 Pete Alonso Home Run Tracker.

As he launches balls over the wall during the regular season, you’ll find all the pertinent information about each tater right here. This includes a video, the date, opponent, distance, and exit velocity.

Pete Alonso’s Home Runs Through the Years

A 2nd round pick in the 2016 MLB June Amateur Draft, the University of Florida product adjusted to MLB pitching quickly upon debuting in 2019, which included winning the National League Rookie of the Year Award. Just a couple of years after Aaron Judge set a new standard for home runs hit by a rookie with 52, Alonso eeked him out by hitting 53 taters. That was followed up with 16 homers in 239 plate appearances due to the COVID-shortened season.

But once we went back to full seasons of play, the man they call Polar Bear returned to mashing in a way that we now expect from him. Despite posting a career-low .217 batting average last year, the slugger posted the second-highest single-season home run total of his career with 46 for New York. You can view all of those homers in our 2023 tracker.

If you’d like to get more details and watch all of Alonso’s career homers through last season, you can also check out our post detailing his home runs through the years.

Where Alonso’s Power Ranks in Mets in Mets History

This powerful start to Alonso’s career has helped him distinguish himself quite a bit in the Mets’ franchise record books. He’s already the club’s single-season home run record holder. He also entered 2024 in a fourth-place tie with Howard Johnson on the New York Mets’ all-time home run list. It didn’t take him long to take over sole possession of fourth place, either. He’s now just one of four Mets hitters with 200-plus homers (as of June 6, he’s sitting at 206 career homers).

As you can imagine, Alonso’s annual production at the plate has been prolific. Even if he doesn’t stick around with the organization past 2024, he’s already among all-time greats in Mets history when it comes to home runs. Before he made his MLB debut, there had been just three seasons of 40-plus homers overall in franchise history. The 29-year-old has already doubled that number all by himself within five years.

Alonso hasn’t finished a 162-game season with fewer than 37 homers. The second time he reached the 40-homer plateau came in 2022. He slugged exactly 40 while also breaking the club’s single-season RBI record with 131. He’s trying to reach that 40-homer mark for the fourth time in 2024.

Will He Stick Around in Queens Beyond 2024?

The biggest question revolving around Alonso as the season wears on is his contract status. Will he be hitting dingers at Citi Field as a Met for the foreseeable future? New York’s lackluster play the past season-plus has led to the right-handed slugger seeing his name surface in trade rumors quite a bit. As of June 7 of this season, the Mets are 27-35 and expected to be sellers at the July 30 trade deadline.

There have been plenty of bold predictions floating around the internet regarding Alonso’s future. And that goes for the remainder of 2024 and beyond. Alonso hired Scott Boras last fall to be his agent, so retaining the hitter probably won’t be easy (or cheap). With his current pace of homers, the first baseman could become the first Met in Major League history to eclipse the 300-homer mark with all of those taters coming for New York. He probably would like to win a World Series with the Amazins, too. We’ll find out soon enough if he’ll have a chance to do it in Queens or if he’ll be repping a new squad.

2024 Pete Alonso Home Run Tracker

Home Run No. 1: March 30th vs. Milwaukee Brewers

Distance: 406 feet

Exit Velocity: 113.8 mph

Home Run No. 2: April 4 vs. Detroit Tigers

Distance: 403 feet

Exit Velocity: 101.2 mph

Home Run No. 3: April 9 vs. Atlanta Braves

Distance: 413 feet

Exit Velocity: 105.4 mph

Home Run No. 4: April 12 vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 404 feet

Exit Velocity: 111.9 mph

Home Run No. 5: April 13 vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 411 feet

Exit Velocity: 105 mph

Home Run No. 6: April 13 vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 401 feet

Exit Velocity: 106.9 mph

Home Run No. 7: April 22 vs. San Francisco Giants

Distance: 382 feet

Exit Velocity: 105.6 mph

Home Run No. 8: April 27 vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Distance: 403 feet

Exit Velocity: 107.7 mph

Home Run No. 9: May 7 vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Distance: 411 feet

Exit Velocity: 109 mph

Home Run No. 10: May 16 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Distance: 439 feet

Exit Velocity: 115.3 mph

Home Run No. 11: May 22 vs. Cleveland Guardians

Distance: 380 feet

Exit Velocity: 103.5 mph

Home Run No. 12: May 24 vs. San Francisco Giants

Distance: 391 feet

Exit Velocity: 106.1 mph

Home Run No. 13: June 1 vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

Distance: 390 feet

Exit Velocity: 98.6 mph

Home Run No. 14: June 4 vs. Washington Nationals

Distance: 446 feet

Exit Velocity: 111.7 mph

Home Run No. 15: June 16 vs. San Diego Padres

Distance: 389 feet

Exit Velocity: 110.2 mph

Home Run No. 16: June 19 vs. Texas Rangers

Distance: 427 feet

Exit Velocity: 108.5 mph

Home Run No. 17: June 28 vs. Houston Astros

Distance: 415 feet

Exit Velocity: 106.5 mph

Home Run No. 18: July 2 vs. Washington Nationals

Distance: 382 feet

Exit Velocity: 98 mph

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