I’d hate to see the Cubs fire Lou, but it’s worth consideration.
Look no further than the visiting Rockies who fell 10-games below .500 last May before firing Clint Hurdle in favor of Jim Tracy.
But could the same hold true for our Cubbies this season? Perhaps, if Lou’s likely replacement, Alan Trammell, garners the same response Tracy received from Colorado.
Of course, there’s no guarantee either will happen…Lou being fired…or a Cubs resurgence under Trammell. But considering I called the season a wash Saturday…I wouldn’t rule out a changing of the guard come June.
No question it’d be a sad and unfortunate ending for Sweet Lou’s career…the scapegoat for an underachieving club with the major’s third highest payroll.
But the latest reality of the 2010 season has the Cubs missing the playoffs…unless, of course, something changes…like the manager.
I’d hate to see the Cubs can Lou…but at its current pace, sadly, it might be the only option left to salvage the season.