For nearly two months since then, Mets fans waited for that blockbuster move. It finally came Thursday, with the acquisition of superstar shortstop Francisco Lindor and starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco from Cleveland in exchange for infielders Amed Rosario, Andres Gimenez and two prospects. Lindor is obviously one of the best all-around players in the game, a two-time Gold Glove winner who is also just one of four shortstops in MLB history with at least three 30-home run seasons. At 27 years old, he’s in the prime of his career. This is a franchise player, not just for his ability on the field, but also that famous smile as wide as the Whitestone Bridge and the never-ending engine and enthusiasm. He wins games, sells tickets and brings in television viewers.