Thursday, December 2 2021

Kevin Pillar and Michael Conforto discuss Conforto’s three-run, pinch-hit homer, describing it as ‘the hit we’ve been looking for the last two weeks’. Pillar, who didn’t find out he was in the starting lineup till right before the game, tried to simplify his approach at the plate and it paid off with his 2 solo shots. Both players believe this can be the spark to get the Mets going in the right direction.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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