Indians' Francisco Lindor: Stuffs box score Saturday against Royals
Lindor went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs in Saturday's win over the Royals.
Lindor's double in the sixth inning gave him an extra-base hit in 10 straight games -- a club record and four shy of the major league mark of 14, shared by Chipper Jones (2006) and Paul Waner (1927). According to the Associated Press, the Tribe's star is the first shortstop in the modern era with an extra-base hit in 10 straight games. Through 146 games, Lindor is hitting .281 with a career-high .852 OPS, and he ranks ninth in the AL with 90 runs.
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