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Francisco Lindor elected to top committee of MLBPA

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Francisco Lindor has been elected to the executive subcommittee of the MLBPA.

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Cleveland Baseball Team News

Britton, Cole, Castro, Lindor, Semien join union top panel | Sports |
Yankees pitchers Zack Britton and Gerrit Cole, free agent catcher Jason Castro, Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor and free agent shortstop Marcus Semien were elected Friday to the executive subcommittee of the Major League Baseball Players Association.

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