Michael Conforto has serious pop from the left side of the plate. Playing college ball at Oregon State, Conforto was a finalist for the Golden Spikes award before being drafted 10th overall by the Mets in 2014. He has already made an impact in New York by making it to the mid-summer classic. He became only the third player ever to play in the Little League World Series, the College World Series, and the MLB World Series.
Conforto uses his Nike partnership to create some eye catching gear. Conforto has been seen in the Nike Alpha Huarache Elite 2 spikes in a variety of PE colorways. His batting gloves also got the PE treatment. He grips his Tucci MC30-M maple bat with PE Nike Force Elite batting gloves. Michael Conforto’s glove is a mix of custom and classic that works beautifully. He uses a Wilson A2000 or A2K 1799-a 12.75″ H-web pattern. He customized it with black and orange leather and added pops of blue and white as accents.
Conforto’s gear can be found below.