Luis Guillorme is a New York Mets shortstop prospect whose scouting report says he has "the fastest hands in the system."
And he proved it during the Mets' Spring Training matchup against the Marlins on Thursday by making a stunning catch — from the dugout!
In the second inning, Adeiny Hechavarria lost control after swinging at a pitch from Robert Gsellman — and his bat went flying towards the Mets dugout.
Unlike the other players, Guillorme didn't move away from the hurling object, but instinctively caught it barehanded!
The 22-year-old told press he "didn't think much" of catching the flying bat, explaining:
"I just literally saw the bat coming at me and caught it… Usually when stuff like that happens, I really don't get out of the way. I saw it the whole way. I threw my hand at it. The bat just happened to land on it."
Someone move this guy up to the big leagues already!
Ch-ch-check out the awesome barehanded catch (below)!