Lorenzo Cain relishes reaching 10 years MLB service but future unclear

When Lorenzo Cain became a free agent following 2017, the Brewers, who had traded him to the Royals in 2011, gave him a five-year, $80 million deal.

CINCINNATI – Lorenzo Cain was designated for assignment Saturday, but conventional wisdom would tell you he wasn’t supposed to make it to this point.

In a sport in which kids are often pushed to play on select travel teams at a very young age, the Milwaukee Brewers centerfielder didn’t start playing baseball until he was a sophomore in high school. Only one college, Tallahassee Community College, expressed any significant interest in him. He was a 17th-round selection in the draft by the Brewers in 2004.

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