Michael Conforto went 1-for-2 with a single and a strikeout in his first MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night.
Conforto replaced Marcell Ozuna in left field in the sixth inning, and an inning later he caught Avisail Garcia's line drive. In the bottom of the seventh, he lifted a bloop single into center field to pick up his first hit as an All-Star.
In his next at-bat, with the game tied in the ninth, Conforto struck out with two runners in scoring position to send the game into extra innings.
Conforto, 24, was the lone Met on the All-Star team. He is the youngest Mets player to appear in the All-Star game since Jose Reyes, who was also 24 when he played in the 2007 All-Star Game.
Conforto is hitting .284 with 14 home runs and 41 RBIs in 70 games for the Mets this season.