Venezuelan infielder louis guillorme, has kept up the pace offensively this season with the New York Mets, becoming a welcome revelation for the Buck Showalter-led team, helping them stay atop the NL East.
In this way, the native of Caracas is present in the leadership of several offensive departments of the team, such as batting average, where he registers .333 (of 138-46), on-base percentage of .410 and is third in OPS ( .809), trailing only Jeff McNeil (.850) and Pete Alonso (.913).
He also has 22 runs scored, seven RBIs, 18 walks, and an active streak of six straight challenges connecting at least one hit.
Likewise, his contribution to the whole of "The Big Apple" in June has been quite good, since he is second in average (.283) only behind Jeff McNeil (.359).
For his part, he has averaged .375 (24-for-9) in his last seven games, with two runs scored, one produced and an OPS of .792.
In fact, last Wednesday in the closing of the series against the Astros, Guillorme went 4-2 with a double; his sixth of the year, this being his 15th multi-hit game so far this season and the fourth so far this month.
However, the Braves are just four games behind the Mets, so whatever he brings to the table will still be very good.