Since the Cubs have managed to reach a 2013 low of 17 games under .500, and since the only scoreboard watching Cubs fans get to do yet again is at the bottom of the standings, this seems like as good a time as any to bring up this topic.
What, in everyone's opinion, has been the most positive thing about the Chicago Cubs this season - at the MAJOR LEAGUE level. There are some cool things going on elsewhere in the organization, but sometimes I find it really hard to get amped up about guys that are 2-3 years away that may turn out to be unproductive major league players anyway. So, what has been the most positive thing about the Cubs this season?
The emergence of Nate Schierholtz is pretty high on my list.