WATCH: Lorenzo Cain robs a home run with a absurd full-speed catch
June 8, 2016 - running watch
The Royals are in a center of a large slump. They headed into Tuesday night’s diversion opposite a Orioles carrying mislaid any of their final 5 games, and in those 5 games they’ve been outscored 27-7. Ouch.
Things have not gotten most improved Tuesday. The Orioles scored 4 runs off Yordano Ventura in a really initial inning, and it would have been some-more if not for this absurd home run spoliation by Lorenzo Cain. Check it out:
That is one of those plays a video does not do justice. The grade of problem was insanely high. Cain was using full speed during a wall and had to time his burst ideally to sack Pedro Alvarez and what would have been a two-run dinger. He couldn’t delayed down during all.
Defense like that is a reason because Cain is one of a tip two-way threats in baseball. He’s a really good hitter and one of a tip outfield defenders in baseball. He impacts a diversion in so many ways. What a extensive catch.