Michael Conforto

Ex-Mets Star Gets Unwanted Interest From New York Baseball Team
Ex-Mets Star Gets Unwanted Interest From New York Baseball Team
Two weeks ago, the New York Yankees offered outfielder Aaron Judge $230 million to remain in the Bronx for the next 7 years. Judge said no. The surprising answer reminded many Mets fans of a similar situation involving one of their stars during spring training of 2021. Now that former Mets player is getting offers from teams he doesn't really want to hear from.
New York Mets Survive Wild Night In Cincinnati
New York Mets Survive Wild Night In Cincinnati
One could try to pick a "turning point" in last night's crazy game between the New York Mets and the Cincinnati Reds but it wouldn't be easy. Right from the start, the Mets scored 3 runs in the top of the first off of Reds starter Vladimir Gutierrez. Great start right? Well, New York's starter, journeyman Jerad Eickoff, decided to give the runs all back to Cincinnati, plus one, in the bottom of the first and so the game went from there.
Will The Mets Bench Conforto?
Will The Mets Bench Conforto?
Mets Manager Terry Collins has acknowledge he's at least considering benching Michael Conforto, putting Juan Lagares in Center Field and putting Yoenis Cespedes in Left Field. Lagares has hit .368 (7-for-19) with two doubles, two steals, one walk and three strikeouts this postseason...
Conforto, Nimmo Shine in Futures Game
Conforto, Nimmo Shine in Futures Game
The U.S. team beat the World Team, 10-1, in the MLB Futures Game yesterday in Cincinnati, officially kicking of the All-Star festivities. Mets 2014 first-round draft pick Michael Conforto shined for the U.S. team, going 2-2 at the plate. Conforto, the Oregon State product, also shined on defense, throwing out Seattle Mariners prospect Ketel Marte at the plate with this throw: Conforto is hitting .