Mets prospect Luis Guillorme is trying impress his teammates the best way possible and he may have won them over with a catch he made in the dugout.
During the second inning Adeiny Hechavarria swung and missed a pitch and also lost his bat in the process, sending the bat flying in the air toward the Mets’ dugout.
Guillorme effortlessly caught the soaring bat with his bare hand and flipped it back in the direction of Hechavarria. He casually went back to watching the game like it was no big deal.
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Guillorme, a shortstop and Mets’ No. 17 prospect, is usually known for his hands on the field, but clearly he has some skills off the field as well.