Glenbrook South alum Trevor Stevens earning praise for his versatility

Trevor Stevens has played second base, shortstop, center field and left field for the Lake Erie Crushers this season. | Photo courtesy Matt Browne Photography

SCHAUMBURG — The phrase “it’s a business” is said a lot in professional sports, often within a disappointing context.

Trevor Stevens, a Glenview native and Glenbrook South grad, stood underneath Boomers Stadium after playing for the Lake Erie Crushers on Sunday and uttered those words as he talked about the end to his time with the Chicago Cubs organization.

Stevens signed with the Cubs last summer after his playing career at Northwestern concluded. Stevens hit .257 with a .388 on-base percentage in 26 games for the Cubs’ Arizona Rookie League team, and he was subsequently invited to the club’s spring training this year.

Things went south for Stevens on March 13, however, when he swung at a pitch during a live session of batting practice and broke a bone in his right hand. The injury required surgery.

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