7. C Miguel Amaya
Miguel Amaya has recently recaptured his status as the Cubs' catcher of the future. When Yan Gomes went down with a concussion, Amaya was plucked out of Double-A Tennessee to fill in for a week. He not only showed how well he can handle the pitching staff but proved that his bat has a lot of potential. He didn't have much to show for it in terms of batting average, but Amaya put together several impressive at-bats with deep counts and a lot of hard contact. When Gomes came back, Amaya went down to Triple-A for the first time in his career where he is continuing to put up great numbers while he waits for his next big league opportunity. For a guy who has endured many injuries in his career, Amaya's resurgence is a welcome sight and hopefully, his return to Wrigley comes sooner rather than later.