Thanks to his four walks, Lind's is off to the most impressive start of that trio. He's batting .529 with four extra-base hits and a 1.501 OPS. Through his first five games in '90, Parker hit .474 with four extra-base hits and a 1.208 OPS. In '78, the rookie Molitor hit .391 with two extra-base hits and a .982 OPS in his first five games.
Given Lind's early production, how might Brewers right-hander Jimmy Nelson pitch him?
"I don't know," Nelson said with a smile. "Intentionally walk him, maybe?"
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