25. OF Michael Conforto
Former Met Michael Conforto waited an entire calendar year for the right opportunity. For the most part, sitting out ’22 ended up being a wise move for the Seattle native. Conforto was able to rest and recover, and eventually land with a team that could best deploy him for a chance to succeed. He’s tailed off a bit for the Giants in the summer months, but had a strong May which featured a .289/.371/.544 slash-line along with seven homers. Teams would be wise to bet on his power from the left-side of the plate. A team like the Guardians — who have been notoriously bad against right-handed pitching — would be wise to make a move.
Prediction: Conforto signs with the Cleveland Guardians