Lindor, Steele, Hoerner, Chapman, Kelenic

Lindor still flashes skills ... After posting a 30-30 season in 2023, Francisco Lindor (SS, NYM) has a slightly slower HR and SB pace in 2024. Are there any concerns with his skills? 

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Lindor's skills (69 BPV) are still strong:

  • Even with a slightly slower HR pace, Lindor has an above-average xPX with a 13.1% Brl% in the 88th percentile. Losing some fly balls with a lower FB% is cutting into his pace, and his 11% HR/F is below his 14% career...


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