Luis Guillorme Recalled To Replace Cabrera on Active Roster

As reported by MMN last night, middle infielder Luis Guillorme was held out of Las Vegas’ lineup last night indicating he may be called-up to take Asdrubal Cabrera‘s spot on the roster.

According to Tim Healey of Newsday, Guillorme has now been called up.

Guillorme currently has a four-game hitting streak, and he has hit .301/.356/.376 with four doubles, a homer, and 11 RBI since being sent back down to Las Vegas.

In his 29 games in the majors, he had hit .172/.250/.207 with two doubles and four RBI.

It will be interesting to see how the Mets utilize Guillorme with Jeff McNeil, who the team has already stated they see as a second baseman, and Jose Reyes on the roster.

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