Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain became designated for assignment on Saturday, the team introduced before its game against the Cincinnati Reds.

Cain, 36, was hitting .179 in 145 at-bats while the Brewers' offense struggled during June. The veteran was 4-for-26 this month with no walks and seven strikeouts. 

As a team, the Brewers rank 14th in OPS withinside the National League in June while falling out of first place after a strong start.

Cain broke in with the Brewers in 2010, then spent the next seven seasons in Kansas City earlier than returning to Milwaukee as a free agent in 2018.  

He's in the very last season of a five-year, $80 million deal. The move comes on the same date that Cain reached 10 years of foremost league service.

"At the end of the day, it is been a laugh. I assume that team can go really far. They're really well-coached, well-managed.  

Those guys play their hearts out. I'm definitely going to miss them. It's been a fun ride for sure." 

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