In his last 10 games alone, he has hit .441 with one homer and 10 RBI. Altogether on the season, he owns a slash line of .300/.394/.433 with one homer, 15 RBI and 14 walks.
While he won’t hit for much power, Guillorme has proved he can get on-base, as evident by his high OBP this year and .376 OBP with Double-A Binghamton in 2017.
In a corresponding move, the Mets have demoted catcher Tomas Nido.
Nido, 24, batted just .135/.179/.162 with no homers and one RBI in 39 plate appearances in his time with New York this season.