With just about two weeks to go until the trade deadline, the question isn't whether the Chicago Cubs are going to be wheeling and dealing—it's when is the first shoe going to drop?
The answer to that question is sooner rather than later.
It will likely come in the form of 35-year-old right-hander Ryan Dempster being dealt to one of 10 contenders who are said to have varying levels of interest, according to ESPN Chicago's Bruce Levine.
With 33 consecutive scoreless innings under his belt, Dempster's value is never going to be any greater than it is now.
But of the 10 contenders said to be interested, where would Dempster be the best fit?
Let's see if we can't figure it out.