Lorenzo Cain is officially a free agent after being fired from the Brewers. Where could he land now?
fan favourite Lorenzo Cain has entered the open market for the second time in his long career after being fired and sacked by the DFA Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers went the classy route and waited until the day Cain hit his 10-year MLB tenure milestone, earning him $7,500/month. Retired from Major League Baseball after retiring from the game.
Cain, 36, had hinted at his retirement as his body wears out after 13 years at the game’s highest level, but history seems to have changed slightly, according to FanSided MLB insider Robert Murray (videos here and channel here).
Murray has reported Cain may sign with another club this season should he find an interested contender looking for his services. He probably wouldn’t be a common outfield option for any team, but he’s still one of the game’s best defenders in the middle and one of the most respected and well-known veterans in the game.
MLB Rumors: Could Lorenzo Cain Join a Contender in the Near Future?
#3 – Cardinals of St. Louis
That would be quite a kick in the teeth for Brewers fans, but Cain could be an intriguing fit for one St. Louis Cardinals Roster looking to make a serious push by October.
Both Corey Dickerson and Tyler O’Neill were two players the Cards should rely heavily on in their outfield picture. However, with these players constantly on the injury list, the club rely on a mix of Brendan Donovan (25), Lars Nootbaar (24), Harrison Bader (28) and Dylan Carlson (23).
Adding someone like Cain to the mix would help these young outfielders tremendously as they gain experience and help the club make their annual push for a postseason place.
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