Francisco Lindor Showed Few Flaws In First Full Season

The youngest player in the Midwest League for a majority of the season, Francisco Lindor—a 5-foot-11, 175-pound switch-hitting shortstop—impressed Tribe brass on both sides of the ball. He also displayed the intangibles of a mature baseball intelligence, natural instincts and clubhouse leadership.

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