3. His bat hasn’t cooled off since he came up. At first, like any rookie would, Lindor struggled a bit at the plate and had a hard time catching up to the ball. That’s no longer the case. In August, he put up a .370/.413/.500 line and currently sits at .309/.351/.462 with 97 hits (18 doubles, 3 triples), 37 RBI, and 8 home runs in 356 plate appearances. Not bad for a guy who’s only played three months in the bigs. Although Correra looks to be leading the conversation, his slash line is .276/.345/.502 on the season, with just a bit more pop on the bat than Lindor but he’s not far behind.
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