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  • Writer's pictureDominic Konareski

Francisco Lindor Makes NL History

Updated: May 18

New York Mets switch hitter shortstop Francisco Lindor made history in yesterday’s game against the Braves. Lindor has been on fire this season overall with splits of .244/.317/.433 in 88 games. Despite Lindor’s batting average being below .250 he has produced for the team heavily with 64 RBIs and 16 home runs. Those 60+ RBIs made Francisco Lindor the first switch-hitting shortstop in the National League to have 60 or more RBIs before the all-star break. Francisco Lindor is currently projected to have a 100+ RBI season as the Mets continue to hold first place in the East

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