Mets' Luis Guillorme: Set for Opening Day roster
Guillorme appears to have won a bench spot to begin the season, Deesha Thosar of The New York Daily News reports.
His main competition for the job, Adeiny Hechavarria, was reassigned to minor-league camp Saturday. Guillorme managed only a .523 OPS in 74 plate appearances during his big-league debut last year, and this stint in the bigs could be a brief one, as both Jed Lowrie (knee) and Todd Frazier (oblique) will need roster spots when they get healthy.
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