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Luis Guillorme is more-or-less your quintessential bench utility man with solid defense and a below-average bat. He saw big-league action with the Mets in each of the past six years but rarely had consistent playing time, and he played in just 54 contests in 2023. The 29-year-old had a .224/.288/.327 slash line, with that .615 OPS being the worst since his rookie campaign. He signed on with Atlanta for 2024 and should serve as the primary backup at shortstop, second and third base, but there's no real path to regular at-bats if everyone stays healthy. Guillorme has never exhibited much power or speed on the basepaths, so his fantasy upside is limited at best even with more volume.

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2024 .333
2023 521 12 1 9 10 .224
2022 1661.6 33 2 17 34 1 .273
3y Avg. 941.3 19 1 10 22 0 .263
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Starting for Albies

    Guillorme will start at second base and bat eighth Tuesday against the Astros. The 29-year-old saw his first plate appearances of the season Monday, going 1-for-3 with two strikeouts, and he's now poised for more playing time after Ozzie Albies (toe) was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday. Guillorme could fill the large side of a platoon at second base along with David Fletcher, who replaced Albies on the major-league roster.
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Gets rare start Monday

    Guillorme went 1-for-3 in Monday's win over the Astros. Getting the start at shortstop and batting ninth, the veteran utility player saw his first plate appearances of the season and recorded his first hit. Atlanta manager Brian Snitker doesn't tend to give his starters many rest days, so Guillorme's playing time figures to be limited all season; however, he could see additional action this week after Ozzie Albies (toe) was seen limping in the locker room after Monday's contest.
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Back in action Tuesday

    Guillorme (quad) is starting at shortstop and batting second for Atlanta in his return to the lineup Tuesday, Kevin Gorman of TribLive.com reports. It's his first game since Feb. 28, as the 29-year-old has been battling a sore quad. Guillorme will fill a utility infielder role for Atlanta this season.
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Taking batting practice

    Guillorme (quad) took on-field batting practice Thursday, Mark Bowman of MLB.com reports. Guillorme has been dealing with a sore quad lately but is now able to re-incorporate some baseball activities. The hope is that he will be ready to return to Grapefruit League play soon.
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Dealing with quad soreness

    Guillorme is dealing with quad soreness and is expected to be back in games soon, Justin Toscano of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Tuesday. Guillorme has not played in a spring game since Feb. 28. Despite this, he has been taking ground balls during batting practice. The 29-year-old signed with Atlanta on a one year contract in January, adding depth to the team's infield.
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  • Braves' Luis Guillorme: Signs with Atlanta

    Guillorme signed a one-year, $1.1 million contract with Atlanta on Friday, David O'Brien of The Athletic reports. Guillorme was non-tendered by the Mets earlier in the offseason, and he'll stay put in the NL East. The 29-year-old slashed .224/.288/.327 across 120 plate appearances last season, and he'll add depth behind Atlanta's star-studded infield.
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  • Luis Guillorme: Moves into free agency

    Guillorme was non-tendered by the Mets on Friday. Guillorme battled injuries in 2023 and slashed just .224/.288/.327 across 120 plate appearances when healthy. The 29-year-old utility infielder is now officially a free agent.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Makes return from IL

    Guillorme (calf) was activated from the 10-day injured list Monday, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Guillorme has been on the shelf since late July because of a right calf strain, but he's been cleared to return to action following a six-game rehab assignment. Infielder Jonathan Arauz was sent down to Triple-A Syracuse in a corresponding move.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Set for rehab assignment

    Guillorme (calf) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment Friday with High-A Brooklyn, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Guillorme has been out since late July because of a Grade 2 strain of his right calf, but he began a running program in late August and has responded well over the last few weeks. The 28-year-old utility man was batting .238/.304/.347 through 50 games this year for the Mets prior to his lengthy IL stint.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Begins running program

    Guillorme (calf) began a running program Friday, MLB.com reports. Guillorme has already been fielding and hitting and is finally ready to test out his right calf strain with some running. He's five weeks into a projected 4-6 week recovery timeline and could conceivably be activated when rosters expand in September.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Likely out 4-to-6 weeks

    Guillorme (calf) is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks after imaging scans Tuesday showed a Grade 2 strain of his right calf. Guillorme was placed on the 10-day injured list over the weekend and can now be ruled out until at least late August or possibly even into September. The 28-year-old had slashed .238/.304/.347 with one home run through 50 games (114 plate appearances) in a utility-infield role this season with the Mets.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Goes on IL with calf strain

    The Mets placed Guillorme on the 10-day injured list Saturday with a right calf strain. Guillorme suffered the injury Saturday afternoon against the Red Sox and will be sidelined until at least the beginning of August. Danny Mendick has been called up in a corresponding roster move to provide depth on the infield for New York.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Recalled from Triple-A

    Guillorme was recalled from Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, Abbey Mastracco of the New York Daily News reports. Guillorme is taking the roster spot of Pete Alonso (wrist) and will provide depth at all four infield spots. He's managed just a .590 OPS at the big-league level in 2023.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Expected to be recalled

    Guillorme is headed to Pittsburgh to join the Mets and is expected to be recalled prior to Friday's game, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Guillorme looks to be the corresponding roster move for Pete Alonso (wrist), who is headed to the injured list. The utility infielder has posted just a .590 OPS this season but will offer the Mets a quality glove at multiple spots as they scramble to account for the loss of Alonso.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Headed to Triple-A

    The Mets optioned Guillorme to Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday. He'll head down to the minors to clear room on the 26-man active roster for corner infielder Mark Vientos, who was called up from Triple-A. Guillorme is the Mets' best and most versatile defensive infielder, but his bat has been even weaker than usual this season and the floundering New York offense could benefit from the higher offensive upside that Vientos offers.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Getting a start

    Guillorme is starting at second base and batting ninth for the Mets on Wednesday against the Dodgers, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports. Manager Buck Showalter is loading up his lineup with lefties against former Met Noah Syndergaard. Guillorme has had a quiet year at the plate, although he did reach base five times in a start over the weekend.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: On base five times Friday

    Guillorme went 2-for-3 with three walks, two runs scored and an RBI in Friday's win over the A's. Getting the start at second base and hitting eighth, Guillorme was one of four Mets to reach base at least four times on a night when the team scored 17 runs on 11 hits and a stunning 17 walks. The utility infielder has seen action in nine games so far this season, batting .273 (6-for-22) with one RBI and four runs, but he's still looking for his first extra-base hit or first steal.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Getting start at second base

    Guillorme will start at second base and bat seventh in Monday's game against the Padres. Guillorme is at the keystone while Jeff McNeil shift to right field to cover for Starling Marte (neck). The utility infielder is 3-for-16 so far at the plate this season.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Set for bench duties

    Guillorme got the start at second base in Friday's Grapefruit League game against the Rays, hitting leadoff and going 1-for-2 with two walks, two runs scored and an RBI. The Mets deployed something close to their Opening Day lineup, but Guillorme filled in for Jeff McNeil at the keystone. Guillorme figures to be the team's top infield bench option this season, and the 28-year-old appears ready for the regular season after going 12-for-37 (.324) this spring with four doubles and a 7:8 BB:K.
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  • Mets' Luis Guillorme: Losing work to Escobar

    Guillorme is out of the lineup for Monday's game in Milwaukee. Before he landed on the injured list Aug. 15, Guillorme had filled the strong side of a platoon at third base with Eduardo Escobar. However, the lefty-hitting Guillorme looks to have faded into a reserve role since his return from the groin injury a week ago, as Escobar has earned himself more work against right-handed pitching by producing at the plate. Escobar will stick in the lineup Monday with reigning Cy Young Award winner Corbin Burnes on the hill for MIlwaukee.
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