Lorenzo Cain was slated to start in center field and bat third for Kansas City in Saturday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays, but manager Ned Yost indicated he would most likely rest Cain for Sunday’s series finale as Cain has been dealing with slight discomfort in his left side since he tweaked himself on a swing last weekend in Boston.
Lorenzo Cain was slated to start in center field and bat third for Kansas City in Saturday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays, but manager Ned Yost indicated he would most likely rest Cain for Sunday’s series finale as Cain has been dealing with slight discomfort in his left side since he tweaked himself on a swing last weekend in Boston. CHRIS O’MEARA The Associated Press
Lorenzo Cain was slated to start in center field and bat third for Kansas City in Saturday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays, but manager Ned Yost indicated he would most likely rest Cain for Sunday’s series finale as Cain has been dealing with slight discomfort in his left side since he tweaked himself on a swing last weekend in Boston. CHRIS O’MEARA The Associated Press
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Royals likely to give Lorenzo Cain Sunday off to rest sore side

August 29, 2015 04:44 PM

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