The question of whether Kyle Schwarber will wind up as a regular an everyday catcher in the major leagues is one the Cubs don't have to answer for a while.
But it's one everyone keeps asking, especially after Schwarber proved what he can do offensively in his first half-season in the minors.
In the long run, it's more important to get Schwarber's bat in the Cubs' lineup than trying to force-feed him into a position he may never play. As for now, however, the Cubs insist he will get a realistic shot at catching.
"With his make-up, aptitude and work habits, we are going to give him every chance to stay behind the plate," President Theo Epstein said. "I...