Francisco Lindor Might Have a Post-Baseball Career in Broadcasting


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Eleven runs, another dominant outing from Cy Young candidate Corey Kluber, a club-record 15-game winning streak, almost $2 million in free home services to 266 Universal Window customers — there was a lot to like about last night's Tribe win over the White Sox. Lost in the shuffle maybe: Francisco Lindor's role reversal after the game, when the Indians' shortstop grabbed the mic and lobbed some high heat at Andre Knott.

Worth noting: Lindor didn't even want to do the interview. He tried to get Erik Gonzalez, who hit two dingers and had 4 RBI, into the spotlight before relenting himself.

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