Luis Guillorme Draws Raves For His Glove

Mets Organization Report

Luis Guillorme has a penchant for the highlight reel.

In a spring training video that went viral, the Double-A Binghamton shortstop nonchalantly caught with one hand a bat that flew into the Mets dugout after Adeiny Hechavarria was fooled on a pitch in an exhibition game. But on the field the 22-year-old Venezuelan is just as acrobatic.

In an Aug. 6 game for Binghamton, he ranged far to his left to snag a grounder and executed a glove flip—between his legs—to force the runner at second base. It was just the latest defensive gem for Guillorme, a 10th-round pick in 2013 out of Coral Springs (Fla.) High .

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