Friday is the Cleveland Indians first Spring Training game of the 2018 season, as they battle their foe from Ohio in Arizona.
The Indians' 2017 All-Star shortstop and Cleveland favorite, Francisco Lindor, showed up to Spring Training with a new look.
He appears to be packing a lot more muscle at the start of the 2018 MLB season.
Francisco Lindor said he didn't change his winter routine much. Came into camp at 190 pounds. On looking bigger: "It has to do with age. I did the exact same thing I do every offseason. I work as hard as I can to get bigger, get stronger and become the best player I can be." pic.twitter.com/dRy7LqJRQk— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) February 19, 2018
He says he didn't do anything different during the offseason to add on the extra muscle. He says it comes with age.
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