In his first full, professional season, Conforto, 22, hit .297 with a .372 OBP, 12 HR and 54 RBI in 91 games between Double- and Triple-A.
He was promoted July 24 to the Mets, where he's hit .286 with a .366 OBP, seven home runs and 22 RBI in 45 games.
He was the team's first-round pick (10th overall) in last June's MLB Amateur Draft.
Matthew Cerrone, MetsBlog.com
He's really been sensational. He started his career with a rough stretch of 40 or so at bats, as big-league arms had him down in the count and making weak contact. However, as he has done every step of his career, he adjusted and started hitting. In his last 84 plate appearances, he's batting .333 with 11 extra base hits and 11 RBI, while driving the ball all around the park. He's also played quite well in the field, better than I think most people expected. Again, he's been terrific and is playing an important role on the team. I can't wait to see what he can do over the course of a full season. I really don't think it's out of the question for him to hit around .300 with at least 50 extra base hits next season.