GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Francisco Lindor could be fighting throughout the first serious injury of his big league career, but his innocence has not been hindered.

“everyday up to now has been successful,” Lindor said on Monday at Indians camp. “I’ve made an improvement on a daily basis, which is what I want. I want to get better each day. And at your day’s end I want to confirm the box and say,’It’s a day.’ It’s been like this. Thank God.”

GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Francisco Lindor could be fighting throughout the first serious injury of his big league career, but his innocence has not been hindered.

“everyday up to now has been successful,” Lindor said on Monday at Indians camp. “I’ve made an improvement on a daily basis, which is what I want. I want to get better each day. And at your day’s end I want to confirm the box and say,’It’s a day.’ It’s been like this. Thank God.”

Since he ran back and forth, ” he said he felt a pain in his leg which had never happened before, prompting his work out to instantly stop. When he was evaluated at Feb. 6 at the Cleveland Clinic, he had been awarded enough time frame of seven to nine weeks until he would go back to Major League match activity, he said he’s hoping to beat but won’t push to rush too quickly.

“It is funny eventually frames — you don’t know,” Lindor said. “There is people that produce it far before that and there is people that aren’t really close to it. In all honesty, I just wish to be emphasizing what I have to accomplish on a daily basis and you will be taking images out there should I keep coming back four weeks. You’ll still be shooting photos, therefore when I return back, it isn’t important, if I keep coming in nine weeks . As long as I return and that I can stick to the field on a daily basis to help my team win, that’s what matters.”

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Lindor had a chance to visit arbitration this offseason, but he managed to negotiate together with the Indians on a yearlong, $10.55 million agency. When asked on Monday he didn’t visit a hearing, the all star shortstop had a simple answer.

“Can you find the quantity? It’s pretty good,” Lindor said. “I will go on it. I am blessed to play with this match and receive money for it. It is a blessing.”

But what of a longterm extension with Cleveland? Lindor said it isn’t some thing he’s dedicated to.

“as it pertains to longterm prices, ” I really like the town of Cleveland,” Lindor said. “I like everything about Cleveland. I like messing with you guys. We are going to see. We are going to see what goes on. At your day’s end, I am playing the match to acquire. This really is a area so we’ll see. If the Indians develop with the right amounts and sometimes it happens — that, I am not even considering it we’ll notice.”

As the remainder of his team takes the field for its first full-squad work out on Monday, Lindor continues his rehab schedule that is strict. He said he typically shows up at the Indians’ practice center to began his work between 6:15 to 7 a.m. and doesn’t leave until about 4 p.m.. He is not running and has spent a lot of time.

“[It’s] more compared to the usual normal day with routine work,” Lindor said of his rehab schedule. “It is nonstop. The coaches do a excellent job to help keep me entertained.”