Like so many of his teammates, Lorenzo Cain had been overwhelmed by Jon Lester’s pitching when the team lost a disappointing game July 20 at Boston. But he has also been at the center of all the good that’s transpired since, starting with a renewed dedication to the game.
Like so many of his teammates, Lorenzo Cain had been overwhelmed by Jon Lester’s pitching when the team lost a disappointing game July 20 at Boston. But he has also been at the center of all the good that’s transpired since, starting with a renewed dedication to the game. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Like so many of his teammates, Lorenzo Cain had been overwhelmed by Jon Lester’s pitching when the team lost a disappointing game July 20 at Boston. But he has also been at the center of all the good that’s transpired since, starting with a renewed dedication to the game. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

As focus faded and losses picked up in late July, Royals changed their game

October 20, 2014 8:00 PM