The Mets announced today that outfielder Michael Conforto and RHP Robert Gsellman have been named minor league player and pitcher of the year, respectively.
Conforto, across High-A St. Lucie and AA Binghamton, hit a combined .297/.372/.482 (.389 wOBA, 150 wRC+). He had 24 doubles, 3 triples, and 12 home runs across the two levels, over the course of 91 games and 403 plate appearances. He was called up to the Mets on July 24th and has done more of the same, hitting .286/.366/.526 with a .381 wOBA and a 147 wRC+, 11 doubles, and 7 home runs.
Gsellman, also between St. Lucie and Binghamton, had a 2.93 ERA over 147 2/3 IP (25 starts). He had a FIP of 3.33 and a WHIP of 1.19.
Last year’s winners were Dilson Herrera and Steven Matz.