Indians Star SS Francisco Lindor Signing Autographs | Photo

Here is an original photo of Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor signing autographs, prior to a recent Indians vs. Tigers game at Comerica Park in Detroit. The shot is provided by Lance Martinez from My Detroit Sports.

Due to his rising stature in MLB, a Francisco Lindor autograph is a big get for fans. 

Wednesday, Lindor and the Indians won their 21st consecutive game, setting a new American League record. The 2002 Athletics previously held the old AL mark of 20. Cleveland is now chasing the 1916 New York Giants MLB record of 26 straight victories, which just so happened to include a tie.

The Indians now own a 90-56 record, good for a 14-game lead in the AL Central.

The 23-year-old Lindor is having a great season, connecting on 30 homeruns and 78 RBI. Of those 30 long balls, 9 have come during Cleveland’s historic streak. Lindor’s 30 blasts ties an MLB record for the most by a switch-hitting shortstop. The Puerto Rico native has 16 games to break the mark currently owned by Jimmy Rollins and Jose Valentin.

Indians fans can also view other recent articles featuring both Andrew Miller and Carlos Santana signing autographs, prior to a game.