Lindor went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in Monday's loss to the Astros. Despite Lindor's best efforts, the Indians' season ended Monday as Cleveland was swept by the Astros. Lindor will enter the 2019 season as one the top fantasy options in all of baseball.
Lindor went 1-for-4 with a walk, a solo home run, two stolen bases and two runs scored Sunday against the Royals. Lindor took Eric Skoglund deep in the third inning to end the regular season with 38 home runs, a new career best. His two stolen bases brought his total to 25 on the season, another career-best mark. Lindor matched, and even improved, in many areas from his breakout 2017 season, suggesting he will be a legitimate contributor across all five categories for several seasons to come.
Lindor went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and a strikeout in Wednesday's win over the White Sox. Lindor led off the game with his 37th home run and later smacked another hit before being lifted early in the 10-2 rout. The 24-year-old set a new personal best with his 90th RBI, but he's otherwise struggled some of late with just a .242 average over 99 at-bats in September.
Lindor is not starting Monday against the White Sox, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. With the team locked into the third seed in the AL playoffs, the Indians can afford to give their starters days off over the final week. Erik Gonzalez will start in Lindor's place Monday.
Lindor is not in the lineup Sunday against the Tigers. The Indians are resting eight of nine starters after clinching the division Saturday. Lindor will get just his third day off of the season, with Erik Gonzalez starting at shortstop.