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Taking a chance on Michael Conforto right move for Sox

Editor's Note: "Taking a chance on Michael Conforto is the right move for the White Sox" originally appeared on Sox on 35th. Tim Moran of Sox On 35th will be a regular contributor to NBC Sports Chicago's White Sox coverage for the 2022 season. You can read more of their coverage at SoxOn35th.com, and follow them on Twitter at @SoxOn35th.
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Taking a Chance on Michael Conforto Is the Right Move for the White Sox

Taking a chance on Michael Conforto right move for Sox originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Editor's Note: "Taking a chance on Michael Conforto is the right move for the White Sox" originally appeared on Sox on 35th. Tim Moran of Sox On 35th will be a regular contributor to NBC Sports Chicago's White Sox coverage for the 2022 season. You can read more of their coverage at SoxOn35th.com, and follow them on Twitter at @SoxOn35th.
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Michael Conforto reportedly could be ready to return in September: 3 ideal landing spots

Former New York Mets slugger and rehabbing free agent outfielder Michael Conforto could be back just in time for a contending team’s playoff run. Conforto entered free agency this past winter hoping to land a massive long-term payday from the highest bidder on the open market. He declined the Mets’ qualifying offer of $18.4 million and bet on himself and his value. That ended up being a poor decision.
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Three ideal landing spots for one-time All-Star OF Michael Conforto

Former New York Mets slugger and rehabbing free-agent outfielder Michael Conforto could be back just in time for a contending team’s playoff run. Conforto entered free agency this past winter hoping to land a massive long-term payday from the highest bidder on the open market. He declined the Mets’ qualifying offer of $18.4 million and bet on himself and his value. That ended up being a poor decision.
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Morning Briefing: Michael Conforto Receiving Interest From Four Teams

Agent Scott Boras says that four teams –all of them very good teams and one not in the US– have reached out to him since the All-Star Game to check on free agent Michael Conforto. Now, it is time for the morning briefing. Mets second-round pick Nick Morabito...
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Michael Conforto could be on the brink of signing with a new team. The former Mets outfielder’s agent, Scott Boras, revealed to Post baseball columnists Joel Sherman and Jon Heyman on “The Show” podcast that he received four phone calls regarding the 29-year-old free agent Tuesday morning. Conforto, who injured his shoulder in January, underwent surgery in April that originally was believed to be season-ending. His rehab timeline now could get him back on the field in September. “Ironically, now that the draft is over, is that there’s no compensation associated with signing Michael, and we’ve got four phone calls this morning,” Boras...
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One-time All-Star OF Michael Conforto drawing post-draft interest

On MLBTR’s list of top 50 free agents for this past offseason, 49 of them eventually reached deals, with outfielder Michael Conforto the lone exception. It was later revealed that the reason he hadn’t signed was that he suffered a shoulder injury during the lockout, which would eventually require season-ending surgery.
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