CHICAGO -- As the second half begins for one of baseball's most disappointing teams, Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry said he isn't concerned about losing his job.
"I don't worry about that," Hendry said Thursday before the Cubs played the Philadelphia Phillies at Wrigley Field. "I never have. Been here 15 years and been on both sides of it when we've been doing real well in the standings and when we're not doing so well, so I don't put much stock in that."
The Cubs entered Thursday's game 39-50 and 9 1/2 games behind the Cincinnati Reds in the National League Central.
Bruce Levine contributed to this report.