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).
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.