Today in Tribe History: November 14, 1993

Francisco Lindor, the Cleveland Indians first round pick, eighth overall, of the 2011 draft is born in Caguas, Puerto Rico.

The Indians’ shortstop prospect has worked his way through the minor league system and looks to debut for his parent club sometime during the 2015 season. He has been named a Mid-Season All-Star and selected to the MLB Futures Game in three straight seasons and has twice been recognized as a Post-Season All-Star and MILB.Com Organizational All-Star. He hit a combined .276 between Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus this season with eleven home runs, 62 RBI, and 28 stolen bases.

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