Pete Alonso can check this off his list. The Mets first baseman hit his first career home run Monday against the Marlins, and he absolutely crushed it. The 444-foot homer was the last of New York’s runs in its 7-3 victory over Miami. [email protected]_Alonso20’s first big league homer was a BOMB. #Crushed pic.twitter.com/pg9Ae3xrSp— MLB (@MLB) April 2, 2019The two teams traded scores until the seventh inning. The Marlins were the first on the board with a Starlin Castro two-run home run in the opening frame. The Mets answered in the second and fourth innings and Miami plated another in the sixth to take a 3-2 lead. But, that would stop the Marlins scoring and New York took over from there.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNBefore Alonso’s final blast, Juan Lagares hit a game-tying home run and Amed Rosario added an RBI in the ninth.Jeurys Familia was awarded the win and Drew Steckenrider took the loss.Castro was the only player to score for Miami.Studs of the NightKevin Kiermaier went 2 for 3 with a run scored and four RBIs in the Rays’ 7-1 win over the Rockies. The Braves bullpen threw five innings of scoreless relief in their 8-0 victory over the Cubs. It was Atlanta’s first win of the season.Duds of the NightThe Rockies strung together six hits and only one run against the Rays. Three batters were 0 for 4 at the plate — Trevor Story, Ryan McMahon and Ian Desmond — and three more were 0 for 3.Pirates reliever Richard Rodriguez allowed two hits and three runs (two earned) without recording an out in his team’s 6-5 extra innings loss to the Cardinals. HighlightsAstros outfielder George Springer accomplished a career first after sending a leadoff home run over the left-field wall. Springer started Houston’s scoring in the first and it went on to beat the Rangers, 2-1. Congrats to George Springer on his first career leadoff homer! pic.twitter.com/0E5KLpVyMc— MLB (@MLB) April 2, 2019Aaron Judge stretched out for this impressive catch during the Yankees-Tigers matchup. New York won, [email protected] calls for an extension. pic.twitter.com/mGaJWDdWvw— MLB (@MLB) April 2, 2019What’s Next?Phillies (3-0) at Nationals (1-2), 7:05 p.m. ET — Tuesday will mark the first of 19 matchups between the Phillies and Nationals. It also marks the first time Bryce Harper will return to Washington D.C. after he signed with Philadelphia as a free agent this offseason. There are a lot of storylines in this game. How will the fans react? Will Harper help the Phillies keep their perfect record intact? How will Nationals ace Max Scherzer do against his former teammate?