Despite a barrage of injuries, the month of May has been a lot of fun so far for the New York Mets. This team is overcoming adversity and owns a 13-9 record on the month. New York sits at 22-20 and owns sole possession of first-place in the NL East. There's even a lot to look forward to, considering this team is far from full strength.
One member of the injured list is third baseman Luis Guillorme. Guillorme finds himself on the 10-day IL with an oblique strain. Still, that hasn't stopped the Mets' backup third baseman from cheering on his team and enjoying some time in the dugout.
The Mets SNY broadcast team of Keith Hernandez and company was impressed, to say the least. Hernandez also hilariously advises Guillorme not to stretch for any balls he may drop to avoid aggravating his injured oblique.
As you can see, Guillorme had no worries about losing any of the baseballs in this juggling stream. He pulls the whole thing off pretty flawlessly. Baseball is one of those games with a lot of downtime and Guillorme certainly knows how to keep it interesting.
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