...Okay, Mets Outfield prospect Brandon Nimmo isn't ready to play in the Major Leagues, but he is  adept at dealing with the media, he already answers in cliches at an all-star caliber level.Nimmo, 20, is one of five players who has a chance to be voted into the MLB Futures Game that will be played at Citi field on July 14.The final roster spots for the U.S. and International rosters will be chosen through a fan vote. You can vote for Nimmo to be the final player on the U.S. team here.Nimmo, the New York Mets first round pick in the 2011 MLB draft is one of the organizations top prospects and would relish the opportunity showcase his talents in front of the Citi field crowd."I am just so thankful that the fans are supporting this so much, and it just goes to show, I think, that they are (the Mets fans) the best fan base in baseball," Nimmo said in a conference call at CIti field. "I would want the fans to see how I play the game to see how I go about it, I have fun, but I'm also very professional, business like and play 100 percent"If voted in, Nimmo would join fellow Mets minor leaguers Noah Syndergaard and Rafael Montero in the game.Nimmo sounded like a ten year vet, talking about his progression thus far this year."I'm learning something new everyday," he told reporters. "I think hitting wise I have shown that I can be pretty dominant at this level, but I have also shown that I can have some rough days too. I just need to work on my consistency in my swing, my mental approach every time I come to the plate."Nimmo has played this season for Class A Savannah posting a .274 batting average, with one home run, 21 RBIs and a .378 on-base percentage.The MLB Futures Game is one of the many events that will happen in Queens for All-Satr weekend.The voting ends this Sunday at 11:59 p.m.You can also follow me on twitter @danny_ssBelow you can listen to the 8 minute conference call:Brandon Nimmo Conference Call