Going to work with a parent is equal parts exciting and terrifying. Exciting because you get to learn how your parent spends a good portion of each day. Terrifying because you are forced to make awkward small talk with a bunch of strangers who know more about you than you know about them.
After Tuesday night's 2-1 win over the Tigers, Lorenzo Cain's son, Cameron, experienced that awkwardness in the presence of cameras and microphones. Despite encouragement from his father, Cameron no longer wanted to engage in these interactions.
Hey, sometimes you don't want to have to talk to the press after the game (even when it's a win). We've all been there.