I got this idea in reading the diary in which we talk once again about the worst Cub in history, this time with some great research by Al. My vote for this dubious honor has not changed: Todd Hundley. When someone mentioned Dusty Baker, though, it occurred to me to stick with the negativity theme (I have nothing but positive engery focused toward the 2007 season, however) and discuss the worst Cubs manager(s) in team history. As I stated in the aforementioned diary, my vote goes to Preston Gomez, who guided most of a last-place, 98-loss season in 1980, before getting canned near the end of July. Gomez, in fact, had seven seasons as a Major League manager with San Diego, Houston, and the Cubs. All but one of his teams finished last. I'm curious what, exactly, he said in his interview that sold the Wrigleys on him. Just wondering. Anyway, have at it.