Per ESPN.com, Lindor's sixth-inning double off Kansas City Royals starter Jason Hammel made him the first Major League Baseball shortstop to have at least one extra-base hit in 10 straight games since 1900.
"I didn't even know that," Lindor said after Cleveland's 8-4 win on Saturday, per ESPN.com. "I saw it on the scoreboard."
Lindor's double also came at a critical moment with Cleveland clinging to a 3-2 lead. He drove in two runs on the play to give the Indians a three-run cushion.
Coming into Saturday's game, Lindor was hitting .432/.475/1.000 over the past nine games. The 23-year-old went 3-for-4 with one double, two RBI and two runs scored to keep his hot streak going.
The Indians had their American league-record 22-game winning streak snapped on Friday with a 4-3 loss to the Royals. Lindor's personal hot streak helped the defending AL champs get back in the win column and move one step closer to clinching a second straight AL Central title.