Luis Guillorme is referenced in the following articles.
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|Notes from the Field: Eastern League All-Star Game||Erich Rothmann||2017-07-14|
|Monday Morning Ten Pack: May 8, 2017||BP Prospect Staff||2017-05-08|
|Minor League Update: Games of April 12th||Steve Givarz||2017-04-13|
|Minor League Update: Games of Monday, May 16th||Christopher Crawford||2016-05-17|
|Notes from the Field: May 3, 2016||BP Prospect Staff||2016-05-03|
|Minor League Update: Games of Tuesday, August 4th||Jeff Moore||2015-08-05|
|Minor League Update: Games of Wednesday, June 10, 2015||Jeff Moore||2015-06-11|
|Spring Training Notebook: Grapefruit League: March 19, 2015||Jeff Moore||2015-03-19|
|Notes from the Field: Spring Training: March 2-3, 2014||Jeff Moore||2014-03-04|
|Notes from the Field: Spring Training: March 2-3, 2014||Steffan Segui||2014-03-04|
|Notes from the Field: Spring Training: March 2-3, 2014||Jason Parks||2014-03-04|
|Prospects Will Break Your Heart: New York Mets Top 10 Prospects||Jason Parks||2014-02-18|
|2016-06-07 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Hey Jeffrey. As a member of a prospect team is there a specific type of player you seem to be more inclined to? Some former members have been more inclined towards Dominican hitters & some other with pitchers with good change ups.|
(David from Atlantis)
|I used to like fringy grinders and polished arms with advanced change-ups (Milone, Ynoa), but nowadays I am more inclined to take dudes on a case-by-case basis. For example, I was really impressed with Raimel Tapia this week, and that would never be a profile I would have fallen for in the past. I guess young middle infielders with some polish (Wade, Luis Guillorme, Carpio) would be the closest I have to a type right now. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2016-04-28 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Any new Luis Guillorme stories? I'm convinced he's an actual Wizard with the glove. |
(someguynamedkenn from New Jersey)
|I don't know how new this is, but I love telling Luis Guillorme stories, so I'll wrap up with this. I may or may not have been watching a World Baseball Classic qualifier at work. Guillorme was playing shortstop for Spain. They were playing on a field in Panama which perhaps didn't have the greatest groundskeeping in the world. He gets a little chopper over the mound and instead of charging on it, backs up to the outfield grass for an in-between hop. He gets a weird one, snags it hip high, and a split second later the ball is in the second baseman's glove and gets the force by a hair. It doesn't seem like much, but he did everything you wouldn't teach, and it didn't matter. He's never flashy, but you never see the strings when he plays. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2014-03-17 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Jeff - have you had a chance to see any backfield action from the Blue Jays system? If so, anything catch your eye?
Also, a more generic question. How many views do you want of a guy before you are comfortable making a scouting judgment? Thank you|
(R.A. Wagman from Markham)
|Haven't gotten up to Dunedin just yet. Still working full-time until around April in addition to my BPro commitments so I only get to fields a few days a week until the busy season ends down here.
As for your second question, it's a good one. There are certain things you can tell right away. I saw Mets SS prospect Luis Guillorme take two ground balls and knew he was a plus fielder. One round of BP can tell me a lot about a hitter's swing. In-game at-bats, however, are another entity altogether. I need to see 5-10 at-bats before I can really get a feel for what a hitter can do, and preferably against different types of pitchers. If they're all against the same thing (all against FB/CH righties, for example), it may take more. (Jeff Moore)
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