Cain shifts rehab stint to Triple-A Omaha

Cain shifts rehab stint to Triple-A Omaha

Cain shifts rehab stint to Triple-A Omaha
KANSAS CITY -- Center fielder Lorenzo Cain has moved his injury rehabilitation home from Double-A Northwest Arkansas to Triple-A Omaha. He takes the outfield spot vacated by Jason Bourgeois, who was called up on Wednesday by the Royals.

In the four games of his latest stay with the Naturals in the Texas League, Cain went 4-for-15, .267.

Cain began the season as the Royals' starting center fielder but was hurt in the fifth game and hasn't played for them since. He's currently getting over a torn left hip flexor.