The Chicago Cubs aren't exactly sure where Kyle Schwarber will play this coming season, but the 2014 first-round pick is open to any position.
Schwarber, who played in the outfield and even had a brief appearance at third base, would prefer to catch.
"Everyone has a different opinion on where they think he should be, for whatever reason," coach Mike Borzello said. "Selfishly, I think he's capable of being the leader of this team at some point. I think he has that kind of makeup. I think he has that kind of personality. He cares about the right things.
"I know I'm a catcher, but I feel this is the best position for the leader to be," Borzello said. "That's why I think him being behind the plate would be the best thing. But we'll see how it all plays out."
Schwarber made 36 starts in left and 15 behind the plate in 2015.
"He's going to be a left fielder/catcher," Borzello said. "I still need him to continue to work as if he's going to be an everyday catcher, because when you sporadically play behind the plate, you kind of lose that rhythm unless you continue to work."