There's an old saying that goes, "if it isn't broke don't fix it." Well, apparently Cubs GM Jim Hendry hasn't heard that saying.
After the Cubs were unceremoniously swept from the NLDS last season, the offseason goal became to get more left-handed hitters because the Dodgers didn't throw a single lefty at the Cubs during that series.
This team won 97 games for a reason last year, mostly with right-handed hitters, so why mess with what works? What Hendry proceeded to do in the offseason left many fans questioning just what exactly he was thinking.
Here is a list of suggestions for Hendry to address this offseason.