The Chicago Cubs are out of contention, as is usual this time of year. With that and the last few seasons in mind, it appears that their will to win is permanently on the disabled list.
Since before the All-Star Break, fans in Wrigleyville have been talking about who to trade, who to cut, who to fire.
"How exactly" doesn't so much matter anymore.
But it's pretty clear that if the Cubs want to get any better, certain members of the clubhouse and the business office will need to go.