MILWAUKEE — Brewers' outfielder Lorenzo Cain had a candid conversation about the current fight for equality and protests happening around the country.
Cain was talking with MLB radio network when he said, "For me, it starts with all the power. From the top of our government to the bottom. And I feel like, as a whole, they need to change the system in which we live in."
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Cain mentioned that he has enjoyed seeing people of every race come together to fight for equality. He continued on by saying he has loved seeing things like police officers joined the protesters and taking a knee.
"Kneel with the people," Cain said. "Understand that there are people that are in charge that shouldn't be. And please hold them accountable."