The Cubs have come to the proverbial fork in the road and now must decide which team they’re going to be the rest of the 2009 season.
Will they be the offensive power that leads the National League in runs scored in the second half or the lackluster lineup that reared its ugly head again Wednesday night in Cincinnati?
Will they be a pitching-rich staff that dominates opposing hitters or a diverse group of characters who can’t seem to throw strikes?
Will they be a veteran team that plays fundamentally sound baseball or an old-looking squad that can’t make a simple tag, misjudges fly balls and throws to the wrong base?
Click here to read the full article – By Paul Sullivan of Chicago Tribune