Pete Alonso is officially bound to IL.
The Mets placed the hitter on the list with a broken bone and a sprained left wrist on Friday.
The usual return to action for Alonso’s injury type is around 3-4 weeks.
The first baseman was hit on the left wrist by a 97-mile-per-hour fastball from Braves pitcher Charlie Morton in the first inning of Wednesday’s home opener.
An initial x-ray of Alonso’s wrist was negative, but the team sent him back to New York for further evaluation.
The team called up Lewis Gillorm as a roster replacement, while also naming Stephen Nogosek for the job and calling up Zach Mockhern.