Mets' Alonso hit on left wrist by 96 mph fastball, leaves game

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Mets slugger Pete Alonso near Wednesday night's crippled against the Braves successful the archetypal inning after being deed connected the near wrist by a pitch from Atlanta’s Charlie Morton.

The Mets announced that X-rays were negative, and Alonso is listed arsenic day-to-day with a contusion. 

Alonso, who leads the large leagues with 22 homers, dropped to the crushed aft being deed by the 96 mph fastball. He got up and walked astir halfway to archetypal basal earlier manager Buck Showalter and a trainer came retired to thin to him. 

After a abbreviated meeting, Alonso walked disconnected the field.He was replaced by Tommy Pham arsenic a pinch-runner. Pham played near tract successful the bottommost of the archetypal and Mark Canha took Alonso's spot astatine archetypal base.

Alonso, who is batting .231 with 49 RBIs, was booed successful pregame introductions and earlier his at-bat aft shouting astatine Braves starter Bryce Elder, “Throw it again, propulsion it again, please! Throw it again,” a nighttime earlier pursuing his agelong homer successful a 6-4 nonaccomplishment to the Braves.

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