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Pete Alonso sings with Zach Bryan on stage during show at UBS Arena

Pete Alonso hit his first home run of the season against the Brewers on Saturday, but his glowing energy only lasted through the day, as he was spotted signing “Revival” as a guest with Zach Bryan at UBS Arena late at night. Ta.

Video from the concert shows the Mets slugger dancing around the stage wearing jeans, a camo shirt, a hat and sunglasses, then joining the country artist on the microphone to belt out the lyrics.

Many fans whipped out their phones to record the moment, capturing the 29-year-old Alonso excited on stage and interacting with the audience during the song.

Pete Alonso dances across the stage at Zach Bryan’s concert at UBS Arena on Saturday night. X @SNY_Mets
Pete Alonso sings with Zach Bryan at the country artist’s concert at UBS Arena on Saturday. X @SNY_Mets

Alonso was the latest highlight of Brian’s final local show on his “Quitin’ Time” tour, after four-time Billboard Music Award winner Bruce Springsteen took to the stage in Brooklyn earlier this week. .

The performance alongside Bryan likely helped Alonso overcome the Mets’ 7-6 loss to the Brewers earlier in the day.

His solo home run in the ninth inning wasn’t enough to lead the Mets to victory, but the ball traveled 406 feet to left-center field at 113.8 miles per hour.

Things got even worse for the Mets even before the series finale began Sunday morning, when manager Carlos Mendoza and reliever Johan Ramirez were suspended after Ramirez threw to Reese Hoskins on Saturday.

Pete Alonso hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 9th inning against the Milwaukee Brewers. Robert Szabo of the New York Post

The day before, Hoskins had gotten into an argument with Jeff McNeil over a late slide to second base, and following that incident he had an impressive performance with three hits, including a home run, and four RBIs. That included Ramirez’s ejection after a relief pitcher threw backwards. He in the 7th inning.

Alonso went 2-for-7 in the Mets’ first two games.

The Mets are trying to avoid an opening-day sweep on Sunday.

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