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Francisco Lindor played in all but two games for the Mets last season and posted an OPS above .800 for the first time since 2019. The 30-year-old set a career high with 31 stolen bases and also clubbed 31 homers, which made him one of four players in MLB to reach the 30-30 club. His .254 average is the second lowest of his career, but he also had career bests in barrel rate (10.4 percent) and hard-hit rate (43.9 percent). Linder's totals of 108 runs and 98 RBI were also the best figures among all shortstops. He also played through an elbow issue all season before undergoing surgery to have bone spurs removed in October, though he should fully healthy in plenty of time for spring training. Lindor remains locked in as the Mets' shortstop for the foreseeable future and should be an excellent fantasy option in 2024 as one of the more productive shortstops in baseball.

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2024 181.5 4 1 2 5 .098
2023 556.53.5 108 31 98 66 31 .254
2022 516.53.2 98 26 107 59 16 .270
3y Avg. 4763.2 93 26 89 61 19 .254
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Drills first homer in win

    Lindor went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and two runs scored in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Reds. Lindor entered the game mired in a 1-for-31 slump but doubled that hit total Sunday, including driving a 2-1 fourth-inning pitch from Andrew Abbott over the left field wall for his first home run of the season. After posting his fourth 30-home-run season and first 30/30 campaign last year, it was only a matter of time before Lindor would break out of his early-season slumber.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Moves up to leadoff spot Friday

    Lindor went 0-for-2 with a walk and an RBI in Friday's win over the Reds. After hitting second in the Mets' first six games of the season, Lindor bumped up to the leadoff spot Friday with Brandon Nimmo (hamstring) sidelined and brought home the team's first run with a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning. Lindor's had a slow start to the campaign, going 1-for-26 (.038) with a 4:6 BB:K, but it's far too early to panic over the 30-year-old shortstop as he looks to provide an encore to his 30-30 season from 2023.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Swats first spring homer

    Lindor went 1-for-3 with a home run and two RBI in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Cardinals. The 30-year-old shortstop drove a 2-2 pitch from Steven Matz deep to left-center field in the first inning, giving Lindor his first long ball of the spring. He had a bone spur removed from his elbow in October but came into camp healthy, and he's gone 5-for-22 so far in Grapefruit League action with two doubles in addition to Saturday's homer. Lindor put together his first career 30-30 campaign in 2023 despite the bone spur, and expectations are high for the four-time All-Star this season.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Should be restriction-free for camp

    Mets president of baseball operations David Stearns implied Monday that Lindor (elbow) is fully healthy ahead of spring training, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Stearns noted that lefty David Peterson (hip), infielder Ronny Mauricio (knee) and right-hander Kyle Crick (calf) are the only players who will be held out of drills to begin camp, which suggests that Lindor has a clean bill of health after he underwent surgery in October to remove a bone spur from his right elbow. The injury didn't cost Lindor any time in 2023, with the 30-year-old finishing his third season with the Mets with a .254/.336/.470 slash line to go with 31 home runs and 31 stolen bases over 160 games.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Elbow surgery to remove bone spur

    Lindor underwent surgery Tuesday to remove a bone spur from his right elbow, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports. Per Andy Martino of SNY.tv, Lindor first began feeling the effects of the injury during spring training and played through some discomfort all season. He is expected to be fully ready for the beginning of spring training. The veteran shortstop had his first-ever 30-30 season in 2023, hitting 31 home runs and stealing 31 bases while slashing .254/.336/.470.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Huge day in twin bill

    Lindor went 4-for-7 with two walks, three home runs and six RBI across both games of Wednesday's doubleheader split with the Marlins. The shortstop took Braxton Garrett deep for a two-run shot in the matinee as the Mets romped to an 11-2 victory before accounting for his team's only offense in the nightcap with solo shots off Johnny Cueto in the second and fourth innings. The power display has given Lindor his first 30-homer season since 2019 as well as his first career 30-30 campaign, and he needs just four more RBI over New York's final four games to add his second straight 100-RBI season to his ledger as well.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: First 30-steal campaign

    Lindor went 2-for-4 with a run scored and two stolen bases in Thursday's loss to the Phillies. The shortstop's bat has slowed down in September -- Lindor's slashing .257/.325/.392 through 83 plate appearances -- but he's remained busy on the basepaths with four steals in his last four games, giving him 30 in a season for the first time in his career. Lindor still has an outside shot at a 30-30 campaign, but he would need four homers in the Mets' final nine contests to pull it off.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Nabs steal No. 25

    Lindor went 1-for-4 with a run scored and a stolen base in Friday's 2-1 win over the Mariners. The shortstop scored the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning, poking a leadoff single before stealing his 25th bag of the season and coming home on a Daniel Vogelbach hit. Lindor has now tied his career high in stolen bases, a mark he initially set in 2018 with Cleveland, and since the beginning of August he's slashing .303/.367/.440 with three homers, eight steals, 14 RBI and 21 runs in 28 games.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Hit streak goes to 11

    Lindor went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's 3-1 loss to the Angels. He supplied the Mets' only offense by taking Patrick Sandoval deep in the third inning. Lindor also extended his hitting streak to 11 games in the process, a stretch in which he's slashing .386/.438/.614 with two homers, three steals, nine RBI and 11 runs. The shortstop is now creeping closer to his first 30-homer campaign since 2019 and first in a New York uniform -- he's six away, with 33 games left on the Mets' schedule.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Homers, extends hit streak to eight

    Lindor went 2-for-5 with a home run, three RBI and an additional run scored in Monday's 10-4 victory over Atlanta. Lindor remained locked in at the plate Monday, extending his hitting streak to eight games with a fifth-inning single and later adding a three-run homer to extend New York's lead to 10-4 in the sixth. The 29-year-old switch hitter registered three batted balls with exit velocities over 100 mph, including a flyout to the center-field fence in the first inning. During Lindor's hitting streak, he's batting .400 (14-for-35) with one home run, eight RBI, nine runs scored and two stolen bases.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Nabs four hits, steals home

    Lindor went 4-for-5 with one double, one RBI, three runs scored and one steal in Saturday's 13-2 victory over the Cardinals. Lindor extended his hit streak to six games Saturday, tallying four hits and scoring thrice. One of his three runs came in the first inning when he stole home on Miles Mikolas. Over his last 19 appearances, Lindor is batting 28-for-74 (.378) with 17 runs scored, 13 RBI and four stolen bases.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Hits 20-20 mark in win

    Lindor went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and a stolen base in Monday's 7-2 win over the Pirates. With his steal Monday, Lindor reached the 20-20 threshold for the third time in his career. The 29-year-old shortstop has heated up of late, going 20-for-55 (.364) with a 1.053 OPS over his last 15 games. Overall, Lindor is slashing .245/.333/.465 with 22 homers, 70 RBI and 74 runs scored across 502 plate appearances this season while going 20-for-22 on stolen base attempts.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Swipes 19th bag

    Lindor went 0-for-4 with a stolen base in a 6-0 loss to Atlanta during the second game of Saturday's doubleheader. The shortstop missed both Friday's contest and the first game of Saturday's twin bill after complaining of soreness on his right side, but an MRI came back negative and Lindor seemed to have no issues running in his return to action, beating out a potential double-play grounder in the first inning and then promptly stealing second base. Lindor is now one stolen base short of the third 20-20 campaign of his career, and his first as a Met -- his last came in 2019 with Cleveland.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Back in lineup Saturday

    Lindor (side) is starting at shortstop and batting second in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against Atlanta, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Lindor will make his return to the lineup after missing the opener of Saturday's twin bill with a side injury. The shortstop has gone 12-for-34 with a homer, two doubles, four RBI, seven runs and one stolen base over 10 games in August so far.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: MRI results reassuring

    Mets manager Buck Showalter said Saturday that Lindor's (side) MRI returned "pretty good news," Tim Britton of The Athletic reports. Lindor has already been left out of the Mets' lineup for Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader, but Showalter noted the shortstop could still be available for the nightcap. Lindor is slashing .270/.375/.427 with three homers and nine RBI since the All-Star break.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Absent from lineup

    Lindor (side) will sit for the first half of Saturday's doubleheader against Atlanta. Lindor's absence is no surprise, as he's set to undergo an MRI on Saturday after being scratched Friday with soreness in his right side. The results of that MRI have yet to be released, so it's unclear whether a return for the nightcap is in play. Jonathan Arauz remains the starting shortstop in his absence.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Set for MRI on sore side

    Lindor will undergo an MRI on Saturday after being scratched from Friday's lineup against Atlanta with right side soreness, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. Lindor had played every game so far this season until Friday's scratch. Whether he will require a stint on the injured list will be determined after the imaging is done, but any sort of side injury has the possibility of causing a multi-week absence. Jonathan Arauz is covering shortstop in Lindor's absence Friday.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Scratched Friday

    Lindor was scratched from the Mets' lineup ahead of Friday's game against Atlanta, Tim Healey of Newsday reports. There is no word yet on why Lindor was taken out of New York's lineup, but the Mets should provide an explanation relatively soon. Lindor is slashing .375/.459/.531 since the beginning of August, and Friday will mark the first time he's missed a game all season. Jonathan Arauz will fill in at shortstop and bat ninth.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Swipes 18th bag

    Lindor went 1-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in Sunday's loss to the Orioles. The Mets got shut out, but Lindor still found a way to make a fantasy contribution. The shortstop has been dialed in over the last couple weeks, slashing .346/.424/.596 over the last 14 games with three of his 22 homers and three of his 18 steals on the season as he closes in on his first 20-20 campaign since 2019.
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  • Mets' Francisco Lindor: Slugs 22nd homer

    Lindor went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Thursday's loss to the Royals. He spoiled a combined shutout bid for the Kansas City staff by taking Jonathan Heasley deep in the ninth inning. It's Lindor's third homer in the last five games, and over his last 11 contests he's batting .310 (13-for-42). The 29-year-old's hot streak comes too late to save the Mets' season, but maybe not his own -- Lindor's slashing .235/.323/.464 through 465 plate appearances with 22 homers, 17 steals, 67 runs and 67 RBI.
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