So, you have a problem with finding positives in a rebuilding year? Also, you are being a bit disingenuous by saying there is *nothing* to be positive this year.
No. I can't actually.
So, you can't think of anything positive about the Cubs?
A large market team like the Cubs should be using their resources to their advantage by doing BOTH. Feilding a competiitive major league team and building the farm at the same time. Not tanking seasons, trading players for prospects, higher draft positioning, and getting some extra pennies to spend internationally.
Unfortunately. This thread is more about sprinkling powdered sugar on a turd.
The only thing positive about this season is that it's just about finished.
The problem isn't mine. I didn't put the players on the field.
Cubs will probably finish last in the division and gain a top five draft pick as a result.
Nothing challenging about that. It's good to know that this great scouting department can take a vacation knowing that they don't have to find "that" player picking in the latter part of the first round. That's a positive for them I guess.