Lorenzo Cain had his best game of the series in Game 4 for the Milwaukee Brewers.

This was a win or go home game for the Brewers and Cain did not want the season to end.

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After colliding with the wall in Game 3, Cain was feeling a little sore, but he was not going to miss this crucial game.

Both the Atlanta Braves and the Brewers were trading blows going back and forth in this exciting game.

But the Braves were able to come out on top with a 5-4 win and advance to the National League Championship Series.

Our MLBbro started the game hot as he hit in his first two at bats.

In his second at bat, he delivered a RBI single to center field, the second run of the game for the Brewers.

That gave the Brewers a 2-0, which they held until the fifth inning.

Cain went hitless after his first two at bats and both teams were tied at four for most of the second half of the game.

Cain went into this series batting in the eighth spot, right before the pitcher.


This was unfamiliar territory for Cain, but the veteran accepted his role and was willing to do whatever it took to help his team win.

“Definitely not a big fan of batting in front of the pitcher, but I guess whatever helps this team, I’m always willing to do,” he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

“But, yeah, the situation is what it is,” he added. “I try to take my same approach. I’m a line-drive hitter. I try to get on base in front of the pitcher so hopefully he can bunt me over. Nothing changed for me. I know the type of hitter I am and I have been my entire career.”

Cain left it all out on the field throughout the series despite the Brewers falling to Atlanta.

He finished the series hitting .231 with three hits in 13 at bats. Though Cain won’t be getting his second World Series title this season, he battled through a lot this season and did not let his injuries stop him from getting on the field.

Our MLBbro finished the season on a strong note and we’ll look forward to seeing him in the postseason again.

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