Lorenzo Cain is an American professional baseball center fielder for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Kansas City Royals.
With five home runs, four triples, 29 doubles, 28 stolen bases, 46 rbi, and 55 runs in 133 games, Cain had a.301/.339/.412 batting average in 2014.
Atop the American League in both hitting average and stolen bases. Because of his base-running sprint speed work with Kansas City Kansas Community College track coach Al Hobson, he had more than doubled his previous year’s total of infield hits.
For the first time since winning the World Series in 1985, the Royals have qualified for the postseason.
With four outstanding catches in two games against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the Division Series, Cain’s defensive play was largely credited with helping the Royals sweep the much-favored team.
What Happened To Lorenzo Cain?
After the 2022 season, Professional baseball player Lorenzo Cain has stated that his health will play a major role in his decision.
His offensive production was hindered in 2019 by a thumb injury sustained while playing for the Brewers, and it cost him the starting leadoff spot.
After the 2022 season, Lorenzo Cain claims he may retire from the MLB.