|Bats / Throws||Both / Right|
|Date of Birth||11/14/1993|
|Height, Weight||5'11", 190 lbs|
|Drafted||2011 - Rd 1 (8th Overall) by CLE|
|Fantasy Own %||99.2|
|1||Indians fan spotted playing online board game at ballpark during Game 5|
|2||Cleveland Indians can't close: ALDS edition|
|3||Yankees troll Indians on social media for blowing 2-0 series lead|
|4||Twitter reacts to Indians choking away ALDS|
|5||Aaron Judge sets MLB postseason series record for strikeouts|
Francisco Lindor went 1 for 4 Wednesday as the Cleveland Indians lost to the New York Yankees 5-2. He ended the game with a .111 batting average.
Lindor's dramatic grand slam played a big part in Cleveland's comeback win in Game 2, but he recorded just one other hit in 18 total at-bats for the series. Turning 24 in November, the dynamic shortstop will still be a very high pick in 2018 fantasy drafts after putting together an MVP-caliber season of 33 homers, 89 RBIs, 15 stolen bases and a .273 average.
Francisco Lindor went 0 for 3 Monday as the Cleveland Indians fell to the New York Yankees 7-3. He ended the game with a .071 batting average.
Francisco Lindor went 0 for 4 Sunday as the Cleveland Indians lost to the New York Yankees 1-0. He ended the game with a .091 batting average.
Lindor, whose sixth-inning grand slam triggered the Indians' memorable comeback in Friday's Game 2, would have had his second homer of the series if not for the 6-foot-7 Aaron Judge's leaping catch at the right field wall with one on in the sixth inning. Cleveland's star shortstop is now just 1 for 11 over the three games, though he has drawn three walks.
Francisco Lindor went 1 for 5 with a home run and four RBIs Friday as the Cleveland Indians topped the New York Yankees 9-8. The homer was his first of the season. Lindor scored twice. He ended the game with a .143 batting average.
Lindor hit Cleveland's first postseason slam since Jim Thome in 1999. That's Lindor's only hit in seven at-bats in this series. He's batting .292 (19 for 65) with three homers and 10 RBIs in 17 playoff games.
Francisco Lindor went 0 for 2 Thursday as the Cleveland Indians beat the New York Yankees 4-0. He ended the game with a .000 batting average.