Lorenzo Cain aims to help Brewers end playoff drought
PHOENIX, AZ. (CBS 58) -- The Brewers held their first full-squad workouts in Phoenix Arizona.
Sports Director, Kevin Holden, made the trip to Spring Training where he caught up with one of the newest Brewers.
Lorenzo Cain was responsible in an indirect way for the Brewers last palyoff appearance. Cain was traded to Kansas City, the Brewers get Zack Greinke back in that trade, and they were on their way to one of the best seasons in franchise history.
Seven years later, he's $80 million richer and back where he started his career.
"Just walking back on the field today brought back a lot of memories. It's good to be back. I'm happy to be back. I am just ready to get this thing started," Cain said.