With the Cleveland Indians, shortstop Francisco Lindor was one of the clubhouse leaders, with everything that implied: trying to get the best out of his teammates, injecting them with the same energy level he has, and pulling together for one common objective. In his first few weeks with the New York Mets, the All-Star infielder hasn’t changed.
According to Mets’ manager Luis Rojas, Lindor came into the clubhouse on Monday morning all amped up about the team’s first spring training game. He loves baseball and wants everyone around him to just enjoy the game.
“[Everyone] was laughing, and somebody said, ‘Yeah, let’s go!