Guillorme (oblique) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
The 26-year-old has been sidelined by a strained right oblique since late April, but he'll rejoin the active roster Friday following a six-game rehab stint at Triple-A Syracuse. Guillorme could see significant playing time early on between second and third base with Jeff McNeil (hamstring) and J.D. Davis (hand) still on the injured list.
Guillorme (oblique) will play a few more games at Triple-A Syracuse before an expected return to the Mets this weekend, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
It was reported Saturday that Guillorme was on track to return to the Mets at some point this week, and New York has now targeted the upcoming weekend series against the Padres for the infielder's activation from the injured list. He should be able to find a fair share of at-bats with Jeff McNeil (hamstring) and J.D. Davis (hand) still on the injured list.
Guillorme (oblique) is expected to rejoin the Mets by the end of next week, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Guillorme began a rehab assignment at Triple-A Syracuse on Friday, scoring two runs to go along with a hit and a walk. He's on track to rejoin New York at some point next week, and could see substantial playing time with Jeff McNeil (hamstring) and J.D. Davis (hand) banged up.
Guillorme (oblique) will start a rehab assignment with Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
He has been out since April 30 with a right oblique strain. Guillorme could return sometime next week, at which point there should be playing time available with Jeff McNeil (hamstring), Jonathan Villar (hamstring) and J.D. Davis (hand) all banged up.
Guillorme (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment "soon," Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
Guillorme has been on the injured list since April 30, and he made slow progress early in his rehab process. However, Guillorme could be reinstated from the injured list shortly after he's able to begin his rehab assignment.
Guillorme (oblique) hasn't been cleared to resume swinging a bat during his rehab program, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Based on where he currently stands in his recovery from a right oblique strain, Guillorme is realistically at least a week away from returning from the 10-day injured list. When the Mets are at full strength, Guillorme typically functions mostly as a late-inning defensive replacement off the bench, but his absence looms larger now that four everyday players -- Michael Conforto (hamstring), Jeff McNeil (hamstring), Brandon Nimmo (finger) and J.D. Davis (hand) -- are also on the 10-day injured list.
Guillorme (oblique) won't return from the injured list when first eligible Sunday and may not be back next week either, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Previous reports indicated that Guillorme was trending towards a minimum-length stay, but he evidently hasn't progressed as expected. His oblique still hurts when he swings, but he's been able to go through fielding drills at reduced intensity.
Guillorme (oblique) could come off the 10-day injured list when he's first eligible, Deesha Thosar of the New York Daily News reports.
Guillorme was placed on the injured list due to a right oblique strain Friday, but he's progressing well early in his recovery process and appears to be in line for a short absence. Guillorme is eligible to be activated as soon as May 11, when the Mets are scheduled to take on the Orioles at home.
Guillorme was placed on the 10-day injured list due to a right oblique strain Friday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Guillorme hadn't played in either of the last two games, and he's apparently dealing with an oblique issue that will force him to miss additional time. Jose Peraza was recalled in a corresponding move and should serve in a depth role for the Mets.
Guillorme will split time with Jonathan Villar at third base while J.D. Davis (hand) is on the injured list.
The two won't be deployed in a strict platoon as Villar is a switch hitter, but Guillorme was listed in the starting lineup Sunday before that game was postponed due to rain, as he could see the majority of the action due to his superior defensive reputation. Guillorme is 3-for-6 with three singles and two strikeouts to begin the season.
Guillorme (hand) will start at third base and will bat ninth in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
Guillorme's health was in some question after he was struck in the hand by a pitch during a simulated game, but he apparently avoided any structural damage and escaped with some minor soreness. A few days off were all Guillorme needed to overcome the issue, so his bid for a spot on the Mets' Opening Day roster won't be derailed. He appears to be in good position to break camp with the club as a utility man.
Guillorme was struck on the hand by a pitch during a simulated game Sunday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
The infielder shouldn't be out of action for long; he could see action off the bench Tuesday against the Marlins or get a start in Wednesday's Grapefruit League game. Guillorme is expected to win a spot on the Mets' bench to begin the season and has gone 6-for-22 (.273) this spring with zero extra-base hits and a 3:5 BB:K.
Guillorme got the start at third base Friday with Marcus Stroman on the mound and made two impressive defensive plays, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
One of the solutions Mets manager Luis Rojas employed last season to try and solve the team's defensive woes was putting Guillorme at the hot corner instead of J.D. Davis when a groundball pitcher was on the mound. Stroman's career 58.6 percent groundball rate is the highest among active big-league pitchers with at least 500 innings, giving Rojas even more incentive to prioritize infield defense when his turn in the rotation comes around. Davis is still expected to top the depth chart at third base, but if Guillorme -- who slashed a surprising .333/.426/.439 last year, albeit in only 68 plate appearances -- is the regular starter for Stroman's outings, he could have some fantasy appeal in deep NL-only and daily formats.
Guillorme went 2-for-3 with two doubles, a walk and a run scored Sunday in the Mets' 15-5 loss to the Nationals.
With Robinson Cano serving as the Mets' designated hitter in the season finale, Guillorme was able to pick up another start at the keystone, his third in the row. He was able to conclude the season on a high note, with the pair of extra-base knocks boosting his slash line to .333/.426/.439 over 68 plate appearances. While Guillorme still profiles as a utility man for the Mets in the long term, he proved during the abbreviated campaign that he may be more than the glove-first infielder many pegged him as heading into 2020.
Guillorme was recalled prior to Thursday's game against the Nationals, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports.
The Mets are pretty banged up, so Guillorme could see some starts over the final three days -- he is not in Thursday's lineup. Michael Conforto (hamstring) was placed on the injured list in a corresponding move. Guillorme is hitting .347 with zero home runs and two steals in 49 at-bats.
Guillorme was optioned to the Mets' alternate training site Friday, Tim Healey of Newsday reports.
Guillorme hasn't done anything wrong in his limited opportunities this season, hitting .347/.431/.429 in 58 plate appearances, though his .459 BABIP suggests he benefitted from quite a bit of good fortune. While his performances don't merit a demotion, the Mets simply didn't need an extra infielder at the moment, so he's the roster casualty as Franklyn Kilome (finger) returns from the injured list.
Guillorme is out of the lineup for the first game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Yankees, Justin Toscano of The Bergen Record reports.
Guillorme drew six consecutive starts at one point earlier this month, but he's faded back into a reserve role over the past two weeks following Robinson Cano's return from the injured list. Now on the bench for the fourth time in five games, Guillorme probably isn't worth rostering outside of NL-only leagues.
Guillorme went 1-for-2 with a walk and two RBI in Sunday's 6-2 loss to the Phillies.
The Mets have lost four of their last six games to drop five games below .500, but Guillorme has emerged as a bright spot during that time. He's started at second base in each of those contests, going a blistering 10-for-17 with a 5:3 BB:K, four RBI, one run and a stolen base. Robinson Cano (groin) was reinstated from the injured list Friday, but he'll likely serve as the Mets' primary designated hitter for the time being as the team aims to shield him from wear and tear in the field. Per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, manager Luis Rojas suggested prior to Sunday's game that the Mets would make a point to keep Guillorme in the lineup while he's wielding a hot bat, so expect the 25-year-old to continue seeing at least semi-regular action in the short term.
Guillorme went 3-for-3 with a walk, a double, an RBI and a stolen base in Friday's loss to the Phillies.
Robinson Cano was getting eased back into the lineup at DH after coming off the injured list, and Andres Gimenez was needed at third base in place of a resting J.D. Davis, so Guillorme got the nod at second base and made the most of it. The utility infielder has started four straight games and collected a hit in each, going 8-for-12 with two doubles and two RBI, but with Cano and shortstop Amed Rosario both healthy and rookie Gimenez drawing raves, there won't be much playing time left over for Guillorme no matter how well he's hitting.
Guillorme went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Nationals.
Getting the start at second base and hitting eighth, Guillorme brought home Andres Gimenez in the fourth inning with a sacrifice fly for the Mets' only run of the night off Max Scherzer. It was only Guillorme's second start of the season, but both have come in the last week as Jeff McNeil has been shifted to left field, opening up more playing time in the infield. Robinson Cano (groin) could come off the injured list as soon as Friday, however, so Guillorme's window for even modest fantasy value might be closing fast.
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