Life At Home For Kansas City Royals Centerfielder Lorenzo Cain Is Truly A Family Affair
Kansas City Royals’ Lorenzo Cain shows why the simple things at home are the most important to him and his family.
Like many of us, home for Lorenzo Cain is all about family, laughter and good food. Unlike many of us, Cain also happens to be the reigning 2014 American League Championship Series MVP. While he is certainly a fierce competitor and teammate on the field, the Kansas City Royals center fielder is about as laid back as it comes at home. In between enjoying video games with friends and watching movies, “Lo-Cain” and wife Jenny’s newest excitement is their newborn son, Cameron. Like many new mothers, Jenny admits that her favorite room in the house is the baby room which she personalized and painted herself.
While the Royals came up just short in the 2014 World Series, the experience of the playoffs as a whole allowed Lorenzo to share his home with those who mean the most to him. His mother, a Florida native, used her son’s house as her own “home base” as she was able to see Lorenzo’s many playoff games, and help care for her infant grandson in the offseason. In each year that passes in the big leagues, it is clear how honored Lorenzo is to have the ability to give back to those who supported him – none more so than his mother, who he recently thanked by buying her a home of her own.
Being on the road offers its many difficulties, but knowing that his family and support system are secure at home gives Lo-Cain peace of mind when he throws on the #6 Royals’ jersey. Watch the video above to learn more about Lorenzo Cain at home, and click here to see the rest of the lineup of Coldwell Banker’s Home Field Advantage video series!
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