Report: Astros, Mariners, Yankees interested in Conforto
The market for free agent Michael Conforto continues to grow.
The Houston Astros, New York Yankees, and Seattle Mariners are interested in the former New York Mets outfielder, MLB Network's Jon Morosi reports.
Conforto missed the entire 2022 campaign with a shoulder injury but has finished his rehab and is back to 100%, sources told Morosi, who adds the 29-year-old could take a one-year deal to rebuild value and re-enter free agency next offseason.
When healthy, Conforto has been a productive player throughout his career. The left-handed hitter owns a .255/.356/.468 slash line with 132 home runs, 141 doubles, and 396 RBIs in seven seasons, all with the Mets.
The one-time All-Star has also hit more than 27 homers three times in his career and posted an OPS above .900 twice.
The Mets and Chicago Cubs are also reportedly eyeing Conforto.