"Just trust yourself, is kind of what I've [said]," Showalter said. "Trust your instincts. The third deck is always hard to get used to … just the depth perception, the wall. But athletically, he can handle it. That's a guy who can score from first on a double, score from second on a single. I think we got to see the side of him as a first baseman this spring, as opposed to the year before when he had a little more, I don't want to say nerves or anxiety, but Trey is such a pleaser — wants to please, wants to be good at everything. He's willing to do anything. It just creates another good option for us if he can do it."