Pete Alonso is ‘not at all’ interested in being the Mets’ full-time designated hitter

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New York Daily News

ATLANTA — Pete Alonso is not tossing his hat into the ring if the designated hitter comes to the National League next season. The first baseman believes he’s earned the opportunity to remain at his primary corner infield position for the Mets. The universal DH is expected to be included in MLB’s new collective bargaining agreement. The existing CBA expires on Dec. 1. “Not at all,” Alonso said Friday at Truist Park when asked if he would be open to being the team’s full-time DH. “I think I’m a really good first baseman with potential to win a Gold Glove. I think that I would be selling myself s…

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