Michael Conforto New York Mets

Age: 28 (March 01, 1993) | 6' 1" | 215lbs. | Bats: Left OF-52 RF-52 DH-1 PH-10
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
NYM A+ 2017 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 .750 .800 1.00 20 20 1.00 n/a
NYM NL 2017 109 373 72 104 57 113 20 1 27 68 2 0 .279 .384 .555 13 26 .328 38/24/38 19 19
NYM NL 2018 153 543 78 132 84 159 25 1 28 82 3 4 .243 .350 .448 13 25 .289 44/20/37 19 19
NYM NL 2019 151 549 90 141 84 149 29 1 33 92 7 2 .257 .363 .494 13 23 .290 36/24/40 23 22
NYM NL 2020 54 202 40 65 24 57 12 0 9 31 3 3 .322 .412 .515 10 24 .412 41/30/28 32 32
NYM NL 2021 34 113 10 26 18 27 6 0 2 13 0 0 .230 .356 .336 13 20 .286 45/24/30 1 1
Career 7yrs 666 2258 358 582 320 633 127 4 120 354 17 11 .258 .358 .477 12 24 .304 n/a
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Pop'd hammy ...

Howard Lynch LynchMob
May 18

I traded him today in one league where Texpope and I co-manage - straight up for Eugenio Suarez.   Suarez is also off to a slow start, but in that league it is easier to find another useful OF than an IF.

Bob Elam Bob-in-TX
Apr 17

Damn Seadogs, that is a brutal if accurate assessment of Conforto.

GEOFF CRESAP SydThrift
Apr 17

I avoided him this year because I felt he was overrated by most in fantasy baseball. He's a .260/30 HR guy. Nothing to sneeze at for sure, but he's far more likely to consistently earn 20 to 24 than 30 to 34. Christian Walker, not Marcell Ozuna.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Apr 17

I don't.  Seemed like he had a slow start a year or two ago.  Patience.

John Hobbs Real-Joker
Apr 17

Hitting a cool .125, but in only 25 ABs.  BABIP is .176, so clearly an unlucky start.  But does anyone but me think the Mets rolling up a Brinks truck for Lindor while making insulting offers to Conforto might be affecting his psyche?

Bob Elam Bob-in-TX
Apr 17

The worst of it is there was one out. If the right call had been made there would have been two outs and the game likely would have gone on.

Why not a simple rule that any game-ending play can be challenged?

Alex Patton Alex
Apr 9

When my older friends rail against the degradation of the records I don't mention this one, but it is one of many that have to be contextualized. We grew up in an environment of lies. I'm glad to be over that.

BTW Plenty to complain about the call.

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Apr 9

On the other side, in 1968 Don Drysdale was nearing the record for consecutive scoreless innings. With the bases loaded in a game against the Giants, Drysdale plunked Dick Dietz. However the ump said Dietz hadn't tried to avoid the pitch and refused to allow him to reach. As a 13-year-old Giants fan I shared the outrage of the broadcasters, but to no avail; Drysdale ended up with the record (which I think Orel Hershiser bested).

mike fenger mike
Apr 9

What a joke! Just terrible.

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Apr 9