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Francisco Lindor has had a meteoric rise in Major League Baseball, so great that the small-market Cleveland Indians reportedly tried to lock up their All-Star shortstop for nearly $100 million.

Per Sports Illustrated‘s Tom Verducci (via Fox Sports), the Indians reportedly made an offer of “around $100 million” to Lindor before the season that he didn’t accept. 

In an amusing moment during spring training, the six-year-old son of Indians general manager Mike Chernoff said on a radio broadcast the team was trying to re-sign Lindor, per the Associated Press (via ESPN.com)

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