2. Luis Guillorme's 22 pitch at-bat
Staying in spring training but this time in 2021. The Mets were playing the St. Louis Cardinals on March 14 as Guillorme came up to bat in the bottom of the fifth with the Mets down 4-2 going up against Jordan Hicks.
And when Hicks got quickly ahead on Guillorme at 0-2, he would not go down without a fight as he fouled off 16 pitches and looked out four balls out of the strike zone that resulted in him drawing a walk for the ages. He had Mets players in the dugout on the tip of their toes fired up watching this crazy at bat with players like Pete Alonso, Dom Smith and Michael Conforto to name a few cheering him on and hoping that Guillorme would either draw a walk or get a base hit.
Again, this was only a spring training game which seems to be Guillorme's time for the spotlight, but it was still a pretty amazing feat that Guillorme was able to accomplish. To stay alive in an at-bat for over 20 pitches, to not care that it's just spring training and to get on base is quite an accomplishment. I can't speak for most Mets fans, but I believe when Mets fans look back at Luis Guillorme's moments, his 22-pitch at-bat is something they won't forget.