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KC Royals: Lorenzo Cain Is ‘Progressing Nicely’

KC Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain is “progressing nicely” according to manager Ned Yost. You can see his comments to the media on Friday afternoon by clicking the video below: Yost admitted that Lorenzo Cain overdid it on Wednesday, but said he felt better by the next day and participated in workouts on Friday. Yost […] KC Royals: Lorenzo Cain Is ‘Progressing Nicely...
Via Kings of Kauffman
3 days ago

Cain keeps working toward return to Royals

As the Royals gathered at the White House to celebrate their 2015 World Series championship on Thursday, there were a few faces missing, notably outfielder Lorenzo Cain.
3 days ago

The Ascent of Lorenzo Cain

Once upon a time, Kansas City Royals centerfielder Lorenzo Cain was just one piece in a trade for Cy Young winner Zack Greinke. From there, it took a couple years, but Cain blossomed into one of the best players in the game today. Ironically, now Greinke would likely not be enough on his own to fetch Cain in a hypothetical deal. Cain came over to the Royals from the Milwaukee...
Via Royals Blue
4 days ago

Lorenzo Cain could log right field work upon return

Strictly a center fielder since he logged three starts in right in San Francisco during the 2014 World Series, Lorenzo Cain could begin to see some time back in right once he returns from the 15-day disabled list. Cain’s been out with a left hamstring strain for nearly two weeks, and Royals manager Ned Yost said the coaching staff is considering moving fifth-year Kansas City center...
Via Today's Knuckleball
7 days ago

Playing The Percentages; Get Well Now, LoCain

The Royals, after stating center fielder Lorenzo Cain was at 85 percent with his injured hamstring, walked that back on Sunday. He’s now closer to 75 or 80 percent. This is one of those fun games the Royals play with injuries. We’re parsing 10 to five percent on a guy whose legs are a massive part of his baseball skill set. Whatever. What we do know is that Cain needs a few more...
Via BP Kansas City
7 days ago

Alex Gordon acknowledges he has ‘played like crap’

Alex Gordon has endured a rough season so far, one that has left him acknowledging he’s “played like crap.” The Kansas City Royals outfielder is batting a career-worst .206 in 58 games this season. This all comes after he signed a four-year, $72 million contract in the offseason. His lack of performance — especially given his big payday — has him frustrated. “All I...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Royals place CF Lorenzo Cain on DL with hamstring injury

ST. LOUIS (AP) The Kansas City Royals have placed center fielder Lorenzo Cain on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain. The team made the move Wednesday after an MRI revealed the damage. Rookie outfielder Brett Eibner was recalled from Triple-A Omaha for his third stint with the team this season. The 27-year-old Eibner was batting .297 in 11 games with five doubles...
Via Associated Press
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Royals’ Outfielder Lorenzo Cain Looking to Start All-Star Game in San Diego

It is no surprise that  Kansas City Royals’ fans have been accused of stuffing the ballot boxes when it comes to voting for All-Star Game starters. In 2015, the Royals had seven players named to the roster, including three starters. Catcher Salvador Perez, shortstop Alcides Escobar and centerfielder Lorenzo Cain. Thus far in 2016, the Royals have two vote leaders in Perez and...
Via The Sports Journal
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Lorenzo Cain robs Orioles player of HR

Kansas City Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain is one of the fastest players in Major League Baseball and covers a ton of ground. He robbed Pedro Alvarez of a home run in Tuesday night’s game, attempting to keep the Orioles’ lead to only 4-0. Check out how Cain tracked the ball down perfectly, scaled the wall and reached over it to make a tremendous leaping catch. Cain makes exceptional...
Via The Sports Daily
June 07, 2016  |  Discuss

The Goods and Bads of Lorenzo Cain’s Struggles

Lorenzo Cain has had a rough go of it so far. That much we can say with absolute certainty. Cain’s coming off a seven-win season in which he finished second runner-up — behind Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout — for the American League MVP, and there was also that whole world championship thing. The Royals weren’t — and aren’t — a team built around stars, but if there was...
Via Fangraphs
April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

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