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Brewers' Lorenzo Cain: Out at least until July

Cain (hamstring) will return no sooner than the start of July, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Manager Craig Counsell described Cain's hamstring strain as "a significant injury." Jackie Bradley and Tyrone Taylor will be tasked with filling in at center field while Cain recovers over the next month.
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Lorenzo Cain Placed on 10-Day IL by Brewers with Hamstring Injury

The Milwaukee Brewers placed center fielder Lorenzo Cain on the 10-day injured list with a strained right hamstring. Cain has hit .223 with three home runs and four stolen bases so far in 2021. The 35-year-old has struggled to stay on the field, dealing with quad and oblique injuries while...

Brewers place Lorenzo Cain on the Injured List, recall Tyrone Taylor

Craig Counsell told reporters after yesterday’s game for the Milwaukee Brewers that Lorenzo Cain would be going on the injured list. That move was made official this afternoon, as Cain is down with a strained right hamstring and Tyrone Taylor will come up from Triple-A. After opting out last season...

Brewers place Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) on 10-day injured list

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) was placed on the 10-day injured list on Tuesday. Cain will miss time after Milwaukee's veteran suffered a right hamstring strain. Expect Tyrone Taylor to see more at-bats until Cain is ready to return. According to Baseball Savant on 79 batted balls this season,...

Brewers' Lorenzo Cain: Heading back to IL

Manager Craig Counsell said after Monday's 3-2 win over the Tigers that Cain (hamstring) will require a stint on the 10-day injured list, Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin reports. The Brewers likely won't know the severity of Cain's right hamstring injury until after he's sent in for an MRI,...

Lorenzo Cain Returning to Injured List

Lorenzo Cain already missed three weeks this season with a left quad strain, and he appears to be heading back to the injured list with a right hamstring injury. The injury occurred when Cain made a catch on the run and made an awkward throw across his body in the seventh inning of Monday’s game against the Detroit Tigers. Cain was referred for an MRI to determine the severity of his injury.

Brewers' Lorenzo Cain starting Monday

The Milwaukee Brewers listed Lorenzo Cain as their starter in centerfield for Monday's game against the Detroit Tigers. Cain will take over in centerfield from Jackie Bradley Jr. and will bat fifth in today's contest while Bradley Jr. rides the pine. Our models project Cain, who has a $2,500 salary...

Brewers' Lorenzo Cain: Receives breather Sunday

Cain is out of the lineup Sunday at Washington. The 35-year-old started the past six games, including both games of Saturday's twin bill, and he'll take a seat Sunday after going 5-for-20 during that stretch. Christian Yelich, Jackie Bradley and Avisail Garcia will start from left to right in the outfield during the series finale.

Lorenzo Cain sitting Sunday for Milwaukee

Lorenzo Cain was not listed in the Milwaukee Brewers' lineup for Sunday's game against the Washington Nationals. Cain will sit Sunday's game out while Christian Yelich re-enters the lineup in left field and bats third. Jackie Bradley Jr. will move from left field to center for today's contest. Our models...

Lorenzo Cain back in Brewers' lineup Monday

Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Lorenzo Cain is back in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against left-hander Blake Snell and the San Diego Padres. Cain will bat second and return to center field after Jackie Bradley filled in on Sunday afternoon. Cain, a career .287 hitter, has just a .210/.312/.358 slash line so far this season.

Brewers' Lorenzo Cain: Records two hits Friday

Cain went 2-for-5 with a double and an RBI in Friday's loss against the Reds. Cain bounced back from an 0-for-5 performance Wednesday and has now hit safely in three of his last four games, posting two multi-hit performances in that span. The veteran outfielder is hitting just .221 this season, but that can be attributed to a slow start in April -- he's hitting .254 with two extra-base hits, four RBI and nine runs scored during the current month.

Kauffman Stadium welcomes back centerfielder Lorenzo Cain with standing ovation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 Monday, but the victory was not the only thing that got fans on their feet. Former Royals centerfielder Lorenzo Cain made his way back to Kansas City and received a standing ovation by Royals fans as he stepped up to the plate second in the batting order at the top of the first inning.
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Milwaukee Brewers Series Preview: Lorenzo Cain returns

There once was a time that the Brewers were full of former Royals players, but they’re down to only two in their position player group (Lorenzo Cain and Manny Piña) and just one on the pitching staff (Brad Boxberger). They’re probably better for it, but they’ve just sort of treaded water this season on the backs of some incredible pitching, which I’ll get to in a minute and an offense that seems to have the ability to score a lot, but just hasn’t. They’ve been as many as seven games over .500, last on May 1 and as many as two games under. Since they got to 17-10 on May 1, they’ve gone just 4-10. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the Royals have gone 2-13 since they got to seven games over .500 on May 1. So these two teams are in similar boats, though I think the Brewers have a better chance of getting their way out of it.