Guillorme took out the first of the season

Guillorme took out the first of the season

After 47 games, Venezuelan Luis Guillorme hit his first home run of the season and sentenced the New York Mets victory over the Cincinnati Reds 7-0.

Guillorme, who has been on fire in recent games, appeared in the fifth inning to get her out of the stadium with a runner on board.

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The Venezuelan was 5-2 in the engagement, left his average at .299 and reached 4 RBIs so far this season.

With this performance, the infielder shows that he is still on fire with the wood. In the last 7 games he's hitting over .400 (.438).

Unworkable stroman

The offensive deployment of the Metropolitano, supported the monticular work of Marcus Stroman, who achieved his seventh victory of the season (7-8).

The right-hander worked 8 full innings, allowed only one hit and struck out seven opponents to bring his ERA to 2.59.



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