Porto Santo LUCIE — Pete Alonso is not the only loud voice who suspends the Met’s social media accounts during the offseason.
However, the first baseman’s trouble on Twitter and Instagram has nothing to do with the consequences of the stock market legend. This is the reason why owner Steve Cohen abandoned Twitter, and it has to do with the new look of life from the screen. everything of.
Alonso said after physical exercise on Friday: “I think real life is absolutely beautiful. For me, I think life is a kind of happiness. For me, it belongs to many people (sometimes including myself). It feels like it’s taken for granted.” “And I want to spend a second of soaking every day, because every day is a new blessing, and I especially think of what happened last year. I think many things are taken for granted.
Alonso has always been one of the most active Mets teams interacting with fans through social media, especially during his 2019 rookie season, when he adopted “#LFGM” as the team’s new rally voice.
Although he will no longer keep in touch with online fans, Alonso is looking forward to welcoming them cordially at Citi Field this season. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, after playing on the empty court in 2020, the Mets are expected to open at least a portion of Citi Field to fans at the beginning of the 2021 season.
“Playing on TV is absolutely great, but when people are there to swing, dive, or hit someone, even just doing so can make a lot of people smile, stand, clap, cheer, and yell in front of their faces. Shouting something,” Alonso said with a big smile. “Once I heard that the 40,000 people at Citi Field were absolutely crazy, it was my urge to indulge in adrenaline.
“I can’t wait to pack it again. If it’s 25%, 30%, I can’t wait to hear people cheering again. For me, it’s addictive, and I like it too.”