MESA, Ariz. -- There's no doubt that Kyle Schwarber can hit, but there were questions as to where he should play. Not anymore. After some intense lessons this summer, the Cubs want Schwarber to keep his focus on catching, and that's good news for their first-round pick.
"I did have some second thoughts deep inside me if I could [catch], but now I don't," Schwarber said during a break in instructional league earlier this month. "I know I can keep working at it, and hopefully make it work one day."