​When the Houston Astros tied the game in the top of the fifth inning thanks to a ​George Springer homer, it seemed the tide may have turned. Well, that feeling didn't last long because Francisco Lindor hit a bomb to left field to give Cleveland the lead in the bottom half of the inning.

Don't come inside with that weak stuff to Lindor!


This was no cheapy, as Lindor's second homer of the postseason went 446 feet, his longest of the season, with an exit velocity of 110 mph.

You can make the argument that Jose Ramirez has been the Indians' best player, but Lindor is the heart and soul of this team and he's just as much of an MVP candidate as Ramirez.


And that clutch homer is proof.