Weems Learning To Stay Within Himself
"I think it's going great, I'm having fun," Chase Weems said of his debut season. "It's been tough. We have to get up early and get to the complex early in the morning to practice and then we have a game, but I couldn't ask for anything else. This is what I love doing." Participating in two Instructional leagues this past offseason before getting indoctrinated further into the professional game in Spring Training and then even more in Extended Spring Training even before his first official at-bat on June 20th, Weems had a lot thrown at him in a short period of time. "Ever since last November when we went down for Dominican Instructs, we started working on stuff and during the offseason I took that and ran with it," he said. "I came back for Spring Training and we just added stuff on top of that...
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