In the first inning of game one of Wednesday's doubleheader Rookie of the Year candidate Francisco Lindor joined some elite company.
In his first at bat of the game Lindor hit a single to right field then stole second base giving him 10 stolen bases, 10 home runs, 20 doubles, 100 hits and a .300 batting average on the season making him the first rookie with those kind of stats since Mike Trout and Yasiel Puig did it in 2012 and 2013, respectively.
Lindor continue's his stellar rookie season holding a .319 batting average, which is the highest for any rookie in Major League Baseball.
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Can Lindor join the ranks of players like Trout and Puig? Only time will tell.