Mets top pick shifting to a more professional swing

In the first 12 games of his professional career, Mets first-round pick Michael Conforto hit a scorching .409.

He has since cooled off, but is working hard to adjust to wood bats and a more professional swing, he and his hitting coach told SNY.TV’s Toby Hyde.

Conforto had been cheating with his elbow on inside pitches, which, though it may work in rookie ball, isn’t going to fly in the big leagues >> Read more at SNY.TV’s Mets Minor League Blog.