Mets & # 39; s leaps back from Monday night loss to beat Braves in a big way and blew up 10 runs behind bat Pete Alonso mens Jacob deGrom settled deep into games of a 10-2 victory on Tuesday at SunTrust Park. >> Box score
5 things to know from Tuesday's game …
1) Pete Alonso was not rushing around this game. Mets slugger went 4-to-4 with two walks and had three RBIs, including an RBI double in the third and a two-run home run in fourth inning – his 24th season, second best in that MLB. He has 24 extra-based hits with an output speed of at least 108 mph, which is seven more than the second best – Gary Sanchez of the Yankees with 1
2) Jacob deGrom ] Returned to his 2018 Cy Young shape on the garden. The right hand tried to go to the complete game, but allowed back-to-back home runs with one out in the ninth. Yet he threw 8.1 innings and allowed only five hits and knocked out 12 with a hit batsman for his fourth win. DeGrom lowered his ERA to 3.26 from 3.98 on May 17. Michael Conforto also had a solid day and ripped a RBI double in the third inning, which declined a sliding Austin Riley and then blasted a home ground, his 14th season, to lead the eighth inning and expand Mets & # 39; lead to 9-0.
4) Jeff McNeil continues to be the perfect seat-chair for Mets, especially where Alonso hits. The left fielder went 3-to-5 and was driven twice by Alonso and the third time himself as he belted a ninth inning home race to extend Mets & # 39; lead to 10-0.
5) Robinson Cano picked up his third extra-hit hit in so many games since getting out of IL Sunday. He ripped an RBI double in the left field in the sixth inning to put Mets up 7-0 in a 1 to 5 day record.
Video: Pete Alonso loser his 24. HR
Mets will play the rubber game against Braves on Wednesday with LHP Steven Matz (5-4, 3.93 ERA) at height while Atlanta sends LHP Max Fried (7-3, 4.11 ERA).