"Guillorme receiving the MVP is well deserved," Savannah Gnats manager Jose Leger told MiLB.com. "He has played well both defensively and with the bat. He has hit in the second spot of our lineup and has been driving in runs, getting on base, and bunting guys over when we need it. There is no doubt in my mind that he is our MVP."
Guillorme, 20, leads the SAL with a .314 average and 136 hits in 112 games played. His .974 fielding percentage is also a league-high among shortstops.
The Mets drafted Guillorme in the 10th round of the 2013 amateur draft.