Michael Conforto is the Met for Whom Beating the Shift Matters Most

By BRIAN DEVINE The best way for defenses to contain Met outfielder Michael Conforto is to put a full Ted Williams shift on against him. When three infielders were aligned to the right of second base, Conforto’s BABIP on short line drives and groundballs dropped to .189 last season. Like many left-handed power hitters, Conforto […]

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