Schwarber continues to tear it up in minors

Kyle Schwarber has picked up right where he left off at Indiana in baseball -- plus some. He is with his third minor league club in two months and is hitting nearly .400 overall in 32 games. Get all the details here.

Kyle Schwarber continues to tear up minor league baseball.

Schwarber, the fourth pick overall in the first round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Chicago Cubs, is now with his third minor league team in two months and he’s hitting .398 overall at all of his stops.

Schwarber started in Rookie Ball at Boise by going 12-for-20 with four home runs and 10 RBI. That start earned him a quick promotion to Class A Kane County in Geneva, Ill.

At Kane County, Schwarber played in 23 games. He hit .361 with eight doubles, no triples, four home runs and 15 RBI.

Then on July 16, the former Indiana University All-American was promoted to Class A Advanced level baseball in the Florida State League where he is playing for the Daytona Cubs. Schwarber is hitting .333 in his first four games there through Saturday night. He has one home run and two RBI.

Overall in 32 games in the minors, Schwarber is hitting .398 with nine doubles, one triple, nine home runs and 27 RBI. Top Stories