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How Did Franciso Lindor Become a Great Shortstop? His Dad Used To Smash Grounders At Him From The Top of a Steep Hill

Francisco Lindor might be most spectacular defender in baseball. Not only did the 23-year-old Cleveland Indians shortstop win a Gold Glove award la...

By: Brandon Hall

Francisco Lindor's Secret Fielding Weapon is Called a 'Pancake Glove'

In just two seasons with the Cleveland Indians, shortstop Francisco Lindor has become one of the best young players in Major League Baseball. For his ...

By: Rob Scott

Gold Glove Shortstop Francisco Lindor Talks Offseason Training, Style and the Cheat Meal He Can't Give Up

In just two seasons, Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor has morphed from a highly rated prospect, whom scouts thought would need years to ho...

By: Jordan Zirm

WATCH: Elvis Andrus Makes Sure to Save His Nikes Before Getting His Celebratory Powerade Bath

Ah, the celebratory sports drink bath. All players must endure this wet, sugary ritual after they lead their teams to a big win. Sometimes the icy b...

By: Jordan Zirm

Latest Videos in shortstop

Clint Barmes on Playing Shallow Fly Balls

Shortstop Clint Barmes offers instruction for tracking shallow fly balls hit in the outfield.

Shortstop Fielding Fundamentals With Clint Barmes

Learn the ins and outs for fielding the shortstop position with tips from defensive standout Clint Barmes.

How Clint Barmes Achieved His Big League Dreams

What SS Clint Barmes lacked in size and elite skill as a high school ballplayer, he made up for with hard work and the will to make it to the big leagues. Watch the video to learn about his path to pro ball.

Glove Love: Mizuno Baseball SS/2B Adrian Cardenas

Middle infielder Adrian Cardenas explains the reasons why he chose to play with Mizuno Baseball gloves and gear as a youth and now as a professional baseball player.

Shortstop Fielding Positions With Troy Tulowitzki

Troy Tulowitzki, shortstop for the Colorado Rockies, shows you the best fielding positions based on batter stance and pitch count. With this technique you will always have the upper edge on any ball hit to you.