“You can never explain the roller coaster you go on emotionally, but you can’t beat this,” Schwindel said. “Once (Rizzo) left I knew there was an opening spot on the roster, not necessarily worried about starting but that opening, and I’ve always hit. So just going back to that, not trying to do too much, which I did at (Triple-A) Iowa but it ended up working out anyway. And then come up here and try to get back to a good rhythm, getting some consistent at-bats these last two days and go from there.”
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For well-traveled Andrew Romine and Frank Schwindel, the final 2 months of the Chicago Cubs season is a chance to get the big-league at-bats that have eluded them