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If Lorenzo Cain does not win the Gold Glove this season, it will be the biggest upset in Milwaukee since they realized hot dogs were in fact sandwiches.

Just ask Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Eduardo Escobar, who was robbed of a would be homer by Cain in the first inning of Thursday’s game.

What an absolutely brilliant catch in the deepest part of Chase Field. The Brewers’ star didn’t just have to track the ball, he had to navigate through tricky dimensions in right-center field.

Though, this is nothing new for Mr. Cain. His “not today” catches have become something of lore.

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