An X-ray on Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain’s right knee came back negative after he exited Wednesday night’s game when the ball struck him after he fouled off a pitch. He was diagnosed with a bruised knee. Manager Ned Yost indicated he would be cautious about playing Cain in Thursday night’s series finale against the Chicago White Sox.
An X-ray on Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain’s right knee came back negative after he exited Wednesday night’s game when the ball struck him after he fouled off a pitch. He was diagnosed with a bruised knee. Manager Ned Yost indicated he would be cautious about playing Cain in Thursday night’s series finale against the Chicago White Sox. CHARLES REX ARBOGAST The Associated Press
An X-ray on Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain’s right knee came back negative after he exited Wednesday night’s game when the ball struck him after he fouled off a pitch. He was diagnosed with a bruised knee. Manager Ned Yost indicated he would be cautious about playing Cain in Thursday night’s series finale against the Chicago White Sox. CHARLES REX ARBOGAST The Associated Press
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X-ray negative after Lorenzo Cain leaves Royals-White Sox game with bruised knee

October 01, 2015 12:11 AM

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