Royals Review "The ALCS MVP signs for $2.75 million. Lorenzo Cain has signed a one-year $2.75 million contract, avoiding arbitration, reports Jeffrey Flanagan. Cain had asked for $3.6 million in his first year of salary arbitration with the Royals countering with $2 million. The 28-year old had a career..." February 03
CBSSports.com "A few years ago, Lorenzo Cain was a young and talented player who was sent to the Royals in the "Zack Greinke trade." And now, after the Royals swept the Orioles in the ALCS, Cain is the American League Championship Series Most Valuable Player for 2014. The announcement was made shortly after..." October 15
The @Royals reinstate OF Lorenzo Cain from 15-day DL; option INF Jimmy Paredes to Triple-A Omaha.
#Royals place OF Lorenzo Cain on the 15-day DL, recall LHP Justin Marks from Triple-A Omaha. Marks will be available tonight vs. Houston.
Kansas City Star "Don’t look for outfielder Lorenzo Cain to return any time soon to the Royals’ lineup as he battles to recover from a strained left oblique muscle. “The report is he’s feeling better” manager Ned Yost said “but he’s still feeling some pain when he coughs or sneezes. So it’s still..." August 18
Kansas City Star "Lorenzo Cain spent the winter learning how to run. That seems strange, doesn’t it? Cain is the Royals’ center fielder and typically draws high marks for his ability to cover ground and make plays. He drew a plus-14 enhanced rating last season from Baseball Info Solutions for The Fielding..." March 28
Kansas City Star "There were times last year when Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain, like most everyone else, wondered why he couldn’t stay healthy. “It really ran through my head that I was injury-prone,” he admitted. “This is what I’ve worked hard for all of my life – to get to the big leagues. Now, I was..." February 19
Kings Of Kauffman "“Not again,” seems to be the loudest groan heard from Royals fans via the internet. We are barely into spring training, and Lorenzo Cain, 2012′s oft-injured center fielder, is already hurt again. Fans are worried with somewhat good reason, as Cain’s first full season (well, not if you count all..." February 18
#Royals OF Lorenzo Cain didn't take regular BP today after injuring back of right hand on drills in batting cage. Not believed serious.