Mets player catches bat heading for dugout

During the second inning of a Mets-Marlins Thursday matinee, Miami batter Adeiny Hechavarria lost control of his bat and sent it flying toward the Mets’ dugout.Luis Guillorme of the New York Mets is not your average human. Hall & Oates making our dreams come true, coming to SA!
Representatives for the tour said the summer arena tour will also feature an acoustic performance by opening act Allen Stone . Daryl Hall and John Oates of Hall & Oates perform at the Ryman Auditorium on June 2, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. As the bat flew towards the Mets’ dugout, a number of Guillorme’s teammates scattered, but the shortstop barely flinched, catching the hurtling chunk of wood over his right shoulder. The entire team took cover at the sight of the flying bat. It’s truly awesome how nonchalant he is as he calmly snares the bat out of mid-air and then tosses it back to the field of play. “Didn’t think much of it”, Guillorme told Cut4.Yet Guillorme displayed a remarkable reaction time that could one day land him a role as a glove-first utilityman. Sharapova to plead for French Open wild card
But Britain’s men’s world number one Andy Murray has led calls for players like Sharapova to only feature at tournaments on merit. But the All England Club might be faced with a predicament if Sharapova doesn’t make it into the draw via her own ranking. “Usually when stuff like that happens, I really don’t get out of the way”, he said. I threw my hand at it.During the 2016 season, Guillorme played in a career-high 123 games for the St. Lucie Mets in the Florida State League. Scientists develop ‘artificial mouse embryo’ to help understand early development
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