‘Freak’ play that fooled Cubs was choreographed by Brewers’ Lorenzo Cain Reviewed by Momizat on . The “freak” base-running play that led to a two-run third inning by the Brewers in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over the Cubs was actually a designed play, Lorenzo Cain co The “freak” base-running play that led to a two-run third inning by the Brewers in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over the Cubs was actually a designed play, Lorenzo Cain co Rating:
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‘Freak’ play that fooled Cubs was choreographed by Brewers’ Lorenzo Cain

The “freak” base-running play that led to a two-run third inning by the Brewers in Tuesday’s 4-0 win over the Cubs was actually a designed play, Lorenzo Cain confirmed after the game. With Christian Yelich caught in a rundown between second and third on Cain’s grounder to short, Cain ran toward second and directed Yelich to go back to the bag. Then Cain zoomed back to first, which Anthony Rizzo had abandoned, leaving both runners safe. “I want to credit that play to Rusty Kuntz,” Cain said, referring to his former first base coach in Kansas City. “We used to practice that play in K.C. It never actually happened, but for it to happen tonight was huge, so it was a nice play.” As Cain was addressing

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