Cubs' plummet likely will end in fall guy

With wins and revenue down, Jim Hendry's days as general manager appear numbered

Updated: June 14, 2011, 10:31 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- Fledgling scapegoat Mike Quade was contemplative about the Chicago Cubs' latest injury victim, one Kerry Wood.

"We can put people on the moon but we can't come up with something to fix a blister," he said. "Who's going to invent that?"

You know things are going bad when Wood goes on the disabled list with a blister.

OK, scratch that.

You know things are going bad for your fifth-place team when your outfield, from left to right, on a cool June evening is Luis ...

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