MLB Hot Stove: Indians President Chris Antonetti Expects Francisco Lindor To Be Opening Day Shortstop

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MLB Hot Stove: Indians President Chris Antonetti Expects Francisco Lindor To Be Opening Day Shortstop
MLB Hot Stove: Indians President Chris Antonetti Expects Francisco Lindor To Be Opening Day Shortstop

Heading into the offseason one of the marquee players who potentially would be shopped on the trade market was Cleveland Indians All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor. The 26-year-old is under team control for two more seasons but with his arbitration number expected to be extremely high, reports indicated that the Indians could trade Lindor due to payroll. One of the teams with presumed interest in Lindor is the Los Angeles Dodgers. Although they are coming off a seventh-straight National League West title and franchise-record 106 games, L.A. failed to win the World Series once again after being eliminated by the Washington Nationals in the NL Division Series. The Dodgers already have a shortstop

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