If you enjoyed watching last year's Royals outfield, you might like this year's version even more.
Not that there was anything wrong with the performance of Melky Cabrera, but Royals fans should notice something eye-popping when Lorenzo Cain begins patrolling center field at Kauffman Stadium big-time speed.
Take it from someone who watched Cain play all last season Omaha manager Mike Jirschele.
"Lorenzo is plenty fast, but he's also a guy who kind of glides to the ball," Jirschele said. "He's a natural center fielder and he gets to everything.
"He's got very long strides and once he gets going, he just makes it look easy. He will take a lot of hits away. You won't see many balls drop in that outfield."
Cain, who came to the Royals as part of the blockbuster Zack Greinke trade in 2010, will remind some Royals fans -- at least in physical appearance -- of a cross between Jermaine Dye and Carlos Beltran.
"He's got that kind of look, like Jermaine, especially with those long st...