Lindor went 2-for-5 with a run scored and one RBI in Sunday's victory over the Orioles.
Lindor's multi-hit effort was a welcomed performance from the 24-year-old, as he's struggled to consistently perform at the plate since the season got underway. His batting average has yet to eclipse .241 and is sitting at just .220 after 19 games. While his slow start is disappointing for fantasy owners, he'll have plenty of opportunities to turn things around while seeing regular time at shortstop in Cleveland's high-powered lineup.
Lindor went 1-for-5 in Tuesday's win over the Twins, smashing a two-run homer.
Lindor broke the scoreless tie in the fifth, taking Twins starter Jake Odorizzi deep to put Cleveland on top 2-0. The offense kept hitting home runs, and Cleveland's pitching staff kept the Twins at bay. The home run was Lindor's second on the season, and he's now sporting a modest four-game hitting streak. The young shortstop only recently got his batting average above .200, and it's now sitting at .238.
Lindor went 2-for-4 with a double, home run, three RBI and three runs scored in Thursday's win over the Tigers.
Lindor led off the game with a solo shot and followed that up with a two-run double in the second inning. The star shortstop has now tallied four hits in his last two games after collecting just seven hits in his first 44 at-bats this season. It's been a frustratingly slow start for Lindor, but he may finding his groove as we enter the third week of the season.
Lindor went 2-for-4 with a double and stolen base Saturday against the Royals.
Lindor stole his third base of the season Saturday and has been successful in three of his four stolen-base attempts this season. It took until May 30 for him to steal his third base last year, so it appears he has made being more aggressive on the basepaths a priority to start the season. That would be a boost to his fantasy value and provide him a nice floor if his power production were to fall off from last season's pace.
Lindor secured an everyday spot at the top of the lineup in early August last season and finished the 2017 campaign with a .281 average, 18 home runs and 47 RBI in his 68 games as the team's leadoff man. Francona made it clear that he has no reason to move Lindor out of that spot this season and that he especially likes the idea of having a switch-hitter batting first. The 24-year-old will look to eclipse the 100-run threshold in 2018 after crossing home plate exactly 99 times in each of the past two seasons.
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