Columnist Sam Mellinger writes: Other than pitchers Wade Davis and Yordano Ventura, no Royals player made as much of an individual jump as Lorenzo Cain did last year. He is such a spectacular outfielder that he always will be a valuable big-leaguer, but how well last year’s breakout is followed up depends largely on Cain’s hitting.
Columnist Sam Mellinger writes: Other than pitchers Wade Davis and Yordano Ventura, no Royals player made as much of an individual jump as Lorenzo Cain did last year. He is such a spectacular outfielder that he always will be a valuable big-leaguer, but how well last year’s breakout is followed up depends largely on Cain’s hitting. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Columnist Sam Mellinger writes: Other than pitchers Wade Davis and Yordano Ventura, no Royals player made as much of an individual jump as Lorenzo Cain did last year. He is such a spectacular outfielder that he always will be a valuable big-leaguer, but how well last year’s breakout is followed up depends largely on Cain’s hitting. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

If Lorenzo Cain duplicates his success at plate, Royals can duplicate their success in standings

March 16, 2015 07:28 PM

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